Obviously, Jeannie Lee was the MVP. Awesome point guard - reminds us of what Jason Kidd did for the Cal team.
But who might qualify for the LVP is a debatable question.
Some have commented that Susanna Lee of Waypoint would make a very good volleyball setter. Also, some have commented that there is a noise decibel difference between a brothers basketball game and a sisters basketball game.
If you mean offensive by the fact that the sisters seemed to score more than the brothers do, then I agree.
Man I shocked by their shooting percentage! They shot better than the oldies vs. not-so-oldies.
jeannie lee is a super athlete. i remember throwing a ball really hard at her in braveheart only to have her catch it and throw it back at me to get me out.
i'd choose her to be on my team over a majority of brothers in most sports (esp. ultimate frisbee and braveheart).
Susanna's shot is out of this world! (almost.)
Yeah, Jeannie's my hero!
why is it that when brothers play bball, only the guys on the same team give each other high fives? but when sisters play and someone scores, EVERYONE cheers and gives each other high fives? sisters are definitely more encouraging is my answer...
hehe, watching girls/women play sports is so interesting, we always apologize to each other and cheer for others...doesn't seem like a competition at all...
I had a conversation with some of my friends while the kids were playing around us. We were talking about how our backs are hurting and shoulders ache from sitting at computers and "getting old". We complained that we can't play sports like we used to, run like we used to, how we have to stretch or we'll get muscle cramps. Right then, Christine (Jeannie's spunky daughter) jumps in and says, "What about my mom?" At that, one of my friends said, "No Christine. Your mom is different. She's the only one that gets BETTER with age."
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