She hit that shot when we needed it.
We can be happy tonight, but tomorrow we have to come back and get back to business.
When they beat us in New York, they were so physical. We were just getting beat up. We knew they were going to beat us up again tonight. We just had to keep attacking, and make them do something different.
But, hey, we love our fans just as much, ... It doesn't matter if we have a big crowd, a small crowd. Tonight it felt like a big crowd.
One of the coolest things is when he gets together with guys he played with, Bob Lanier and people like that, and they talk.
And it's like, 'That's what I'm doing now. The things he talks about, that's what we're doing.' Instead of getting frustrated, that's the way we have to think about it -- that we're the ones who are helping to build this league. Hopefully, the league will be around for lots of years, and someday, when I'm old, I can come back here with my own daughter -- I hope -- and tell her, 'Yeah, back when I played, we only made this amount of money.'.
This is the growing stage. We need to remember, we're still the pioneers.
I think it's motivation that we made it this far. Everybody always doubted us. We've never gotten the respect the Indiana Fever deserve for all the hard work we've put into it.
We both kept doing our thing. . . . I just think it's part of the game.
You look at him as a complete player.
I'd go to sleep tired, I'd wake up tired.
We got killed on the boards, Cheryl Ford, Ruth (Riley), Plenette (Pierson), Swin (Cash) everyone killed us on the boards.
We knew we had to go on the boards. We've been slipping a little bit the last couple of games. One of the things we talked about is we got to get on the boards ... try to create more looks.
We played really well defensively. We had those early steals that led us into our offense. We want to make it to the playoffs. Once we make it we'll have a good opportunity.