Candace Parker should be an All-Star
I think WNBA action is FAN-tastic.
As a Detroiter, I am proud my defending champion Shock get to visit the White House next week. Cappie Pondexter and Seimone Augustus are my favorite players, and I plan on tuning in for this weekend's All-Star game -- despite the fact the league's most popular player has, incredibly, been left out of the contest.
Candace Parker, who last season became the first WNBA player to win Rookie of the Year and MVP in the same year, was not named ...
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