3-pointers from the Final Four
SAN ANTONIO -- ESPN.com columnist Mechelle Voepel was on hand for Monday's practice session at the Women's Final Four and was able to catch up UConn's Kalli McLaren and Stanford's Joslyn Tinkle as they prepare for the national championship game.
Stanford's freshman forward talks about her big shot against Xavier in the regional finals and her family's basketball legacy.
Kaili McLaren The senior forward for UConn shares the best things about being at Connecticut and how tough it is to guard Tina Charles every day in practice.
The Oklahoma junior talks about the keys to being a point guard leader, things as a native Californian she likes about the Midwest and three ways she's most like coach Sherri Coale.
Stanford's senior discusses the things she misses most about her native New York, the keys to playing perimeter defense and the three most important fashion accessories.
UConn's sophomore guard shares three areas in which she can beat her twin brother, the toughest parts about coming back from a knee injury and the three keys to facing a shot-blocker like Brittney Griner.
Baylor's junior breaks down the best things about playing with so many freshmen, the three most frustrating things about her injury-plagued season and the coolest part about living in Texas.
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