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S.I.'s Richard Deitsch: My Sportswoman: Maya Moore

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pap49cba

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Nope, not this year. She didn't get it done. Kemba, OTOH...
 

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She is a blessing to every person she meets and to many who will never know her.
 

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She is a blessing to every person she meets and to many who will never know her.
+1 No one could ask more. Her mother and family did a wonderful job of raising Maya. She represents what is good about sports and humanity more broadly.
 

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Nope, not this year. She didn't get it done. Kemba, OTOH...

What the hell do you mean she didn't get it done? Since when has basketball been a 1 player game???
 

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"I think of Moore in the same way. Watching her do her thing on and off the court reminds us that excellence exists."

Couldn't have said it better myself !!! Maya is the gold standard when it comes to the term STUDENT-ATHLETE.

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Waquoit, don't you think her championship with the Lynx counts as "getting it done"?
 
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