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"I'm living my dream...and so can YOU!"

Basketball Hall of Famer, NANCY LIEBERMAN currently is a fixture on ESPN's Coverage of College Basketball, the WNBA, ESPN Classic and ESPN's Cold Pizza. She is the coach of the defending NWBL Champion Dallas Fury, and a much sought after motivational speaker.

The Brooklyn born legend is a two time Olympian and the youngest basketball player in USA history to medal (male or female) when as an 18 year old High School Senior the USA won the Silver in Montreal in 1976. Nancy went on to win consecutive National Championships at Old Dominion University in 1979 & 1980. She is the only two time winner of the prestigious State Farm Wade Trophy (National Player of the Year) and a three time Kodak All-American.

Nancy had another first in 1986 when she became the only female to ever play in a men's professional league when she signed with the Springfield Fame of the USBL. Ten short years later, she was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, and the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.

In 1997, Nancy played for the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA in their Inaugural season. At the age of 39, the oldest player in the league, she led her Mercury to the Western Conference Championship. After that season she becaome the Head Coach / GM of the expansion Detroit Shcok. In her first season the Shock set an expansion record with a 17-13 mark & Nancy was runner-up for Coach of the Year! After taking the Shock to the Play-Offs in year two, she become a full-time Analyst for ESPN.

Today, she shares her love of sports & laughter with her son T.J. and with children through her sports Camps in Dallas, Detroit and Phoenix.

What's next for the Hall of Fame Legend? Well, we will just have to see what barriers remain to be Broken!