Typical All-Star game? Not likely
Originally Published: August 2, 2004By Nancy Lieberman | Special to ESPN.com
The odds are against him. But that has never stopped Bill Laimbeer, who took his Detroit Shock from worst to first last season in the WNBA.On Thursday, when Laimbeer's WNBA All-Stars take on the U.S. national team at the Radio City Music Hall, the stakes aren't nearly as high. But the ever-competitive Laimbeer has high hopes. And he's not being shy about sharing them.
Displaced by the Republican Convention, the Liberty played the Shock in the inaugural WNBA game at Radio City Music Hall on July 24.
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