Players pen their NCAA memories, favorites


WNBA.com and ESPN.com will team up throughout the NCAA Tournament to offer insight and analysis from some of the country's top professional players and former college standouts.

The players recall some March Madness memories of their own, break down their former squads and even handicap this year's bracket.

A look at what you might have missed:

Indiana's Nikki McCray: Alumni Angle
The former Lady Volunteer says Tennessee has the tools and coaching staff to win an NCAA title.

Houston's Sheryl Swoopes: Alumni Angle
Swoopes led Texas Tech to the 1993 NCAA title. See what she says 10 years later.

Washington's Stacey Dales-Schuman: March Madness memories
The Oklahoma grad turned ESPN analyst recalls her time on the court in the NCAA Tournament, including last year's run to the national championship game.

Seattle's Sue Bird: Breaking down the Big Dance
Sue Bird led UConn to the '02 NCAA title. A year later, see who she says is the tournament's top team and player.

Detroit's Swin Cash: Breaking down the bracket
The former Husky All-American picks -- who else? -- Connecticut as this year's NCAA Tournament favorite.

Los Angeles' Nikki Teasley: Alumni Angle
The former North Carolina standout breaks down this year's Tar Heels' squad.

Phoenix's Lisa Harrison: Breaking down the Big Dance
Louisiana Tech's Cheryl Ford gets Lisa Harrison's vote as the most underrated player.

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