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Thanks Title IX! It's a new day in sports when women can represent their countries in record numbers in the Olympics. I personally loved the Olympics ever since I was a kid because I was born the day of the closing ceremonies of the Montreal summer Olympics. I was also a big baby, go figure. That interest in the Olympics was only fostered when the games came to Los Angeles in 1984. The men's marathon ran on the Marina Freeway right by my house, so we sat on a hill and watched it live. It was so exciting.

The Olympics are starting up tomorrow, and I can't wait!

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Yesterday, 6/4/12 at 6:11 am, I gave birth to my second child, Rachman Rashid Crable Jr.

At 10 lbs 3 oz and 21 inches long he is already taking after both Rock and I. He is so cute and precious, we love him so much!

Now, many of you understand why I've been completely missing in action. I've been busy gestating this big bundle of joy along with adjusting to retired life in Sioux Falls, SD where Rock took a football coaching position at Augustana College and plays arena football for the Sioux Falls Storm.

BreAzia has already embraced her role as the helpful big sister and we are all so excited about how our lives have changed for the better.

Although I mentioned that I've retired from basketball, my professional life has really just begun. Of course my career is on hold for a short moment, but I will update with the intriguing details of my new endeavors ASAP.

Thanks for sharing in such a joyous moment for my family.

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I love this, and I live it! I hope we all learn to. I say this because many times the issues we face, or the drama we incur has to do with people not knowing their own power. Not letting their light shine, or not wanting others to let their light shine. If we all knew how powerful we really are, we would encourage one another's light, not dim it.

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You play like a girl. And I say thank you! Just as Cappie Pondexter demonstrates in this video, that means something different today. Of course we all know it's supposed to mean you play like a girl who isn't athletic at all, doesn't like sports, can't throw, is prissy missy, doesn't want to break a sweat or a nail. For guys, it's the ultimate insult. Calling out their manhood and skills all in the same breath. For women, those that play at least, it's still an insult, because we are girls, and some of us can really play, as demonstrated by Cappie Pondexter, Olympic Gold Medalist, WNBA Champion and current guard for the NY Liberty.

So when someone says you play like a girl, watch out which girl you say that to. You might find out, like Sebastian Telfair, of the Minnesota Timberwolves, you're struggling to guard, not a girl, but a grown *ss woman.

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"The lion can not protect himself from traps, and the fox can not defend himself from wolves. One must therefore be a fox to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten wolves." ~ Niccolo Machiavelli

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Unfortunately, transferring my site is not going so smoothly. Although I am back up and running, it appears as though my site is a year old and I haven't posted anything since April of last year. I'm just testing my mobile posting feature again, to see if I'm at least still able to do that.

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Mehmet is the team president's youngest son. He's the sweetest thing and he calls BreAzia 'abla' which is Turkish for sister.

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