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11-Sep-2019 12:36

I do know Phoenix FO people are not very optimistic about getting her. So, the Mercury must plan on cutting Ohlde eventually if their getting Lj and Sales, because I don't think they can afford all three.

why else would they pick up a bunch of post players? I'm a huge Lynx fan, and boy am I glad to see Ohlde gone..getting Miller and Pringle in return is icing on the cake.

“It would have to be the right situation.” Goestenkors said the biggest reward of her coaching career has been seeing her athletes grow into women. If the balls don't roll Phoenix's way, they and Meyers are screwed. So, the Mercury must plan on cutting Ohlde eventually if their getting Lj and Sales, because I don't think they can afford all three. She got what she could out of the deal which wasn't much since MN had all of the leverage.I've got to agree with one of the previous posters who said that they must be not 100% sure that they're gonna get what they want, and snagged Ohlde just in case.Went to a Storm event and either LJ really hasn't made up her mind or she hasn't told the the Storm people her plans because I don't think Agler and KB are that good of actors.

“It would have to be the right situation.” Goestenkors said the biggest reward of her coaching career has been seeing her athletes grow into women. If the balls don't roll Phoenix's way, they and Meyers are screwed. So, the Mercury must plan on cutting Ohlde eventually if their getting Lj and Sales, because I don't think they can afford all three. She got what she could out of the deal which wasn't much since MN had all of the leverage.I've got to agree with one of the previous posters who said that they must be not 100% sure that they're gonna get what they want, and snagged Ohlde just in case.Went to a Storm event and either LJ really hasn't made up her mind or she hasn't told the the Storm people her plans because I don't think Agler and KB are that good of actors.I have complete faith that the right opportunity will present itself.” Goestenkors is perhaps most famous for the 15 years she spent as Duke’s head coach.