Race is one for WNBA's all-time great moment

8/18/2006 - WNBA

They are four of the most memorable moments in WNBA history.

But which one truly defines the 10-year league?

Now through Aug. 23, fans can voice their opinion and vote for the WNBA's single greatest moment. Fans can pick from four previous winners of the AOL.com-sponsored event. The finalists include:

Greatest shot: The Liberty's Teresa Weatherspoon hit a half-court shot on Sept. 4, 1999, at the buzzer of Game 2 of the WNBA Finals in Houston to send the series to a third and decisive Game 3. Says Weatherspoon: "That shot was certainly not done for individual accolades, but just gave the team one more game to go for the championship. It's certainly a nice thing to be remembered for."

Greatest pass: During a fast break at the 2003 All-Star Game, Seattle's Sue Bird dropped a no-look pass between her legs to trailing teammate Lauren Jackson, who then scored an uncontested layup. "To be selected as having the greatest pass in WNBA history is exciting and truly an honor," Bird said. "That was such a fun experience at the All-Star Game and to have Lauren on the receiving end of the pass made it even better."

Greatest milestone: Becoming the first player to dunk in WNBA history, the Sparks' Lisa Leslie throws down a jam against the Miami Sol on July 30, 2002. "It is such an honor to have my dunk selected," Leslie said. "I think dunking is a whole new era of women's basketball and I'm happy to have been the first to do it."

Greatest inspirational moment: After battling breast cancer, Edna Campbell of the Sacramento Monarchs returned to the court on Aug. 13, 2002 -- and almost immediately after entering the game nails a basket on a fast break. "Of course I am honored with this recognition," Campbell said. "That moment impacted so many lives inside and outside of the realm of basketball."

Log on to www.aol.com/wnba to vote. The winner will be announced during halftime of ESPN2's telecast of Game 1 of the WNBA Finals on Wednesday, Aug. 30.