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Dishin & Swishin Podcast: As retirement nears, Swin Cash wants more

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Earlier this year Swin Cash was included in the list of the WNBA's 20 greatest and most infuluential players. She has won two NCAA championships, three WNBA championships, and two Olympic gold medals. As she celebrates her career with a ceremony at Madison Square Garden after tonight's New York Liberty versus Seattle Storm game, Cash is happy, but not satisfied.

Swin Cash wants more.

More on the court, as in a WNBA championship for the Liberty.

More off the court, as a leader in the community, a philanthropic athlete with a highly successful organization in Cash 4 Kids, and more in terms of involvement by the league and its players in raising social awareness.

It is a pleasure to welcome Swin Cash back to Dishin & Swishin for today's podcast, on the night she is to be celebrated.

All of the above mentioned items are discussed in the podcast including:

  • The growth and maturity of Tina Charles as a player, leader and individual
  • What jersey would she wear if Women's Basketball Hall of Fame inductees had to choose (like baseball's Hall of Famers choose cap to wear)
  • Toughest opponent and favorite teammates
  • The next step for the WNBA players in terms of activism and the Black Lives Matter movement

It is a pleasure to see Swin Cash getting honored tonight. Personally, I have seen her since her days at UConn, known her since her days with the Springfield Spirit in the NWBL. She has grown into an accomplished and professional woman, with a tremendous fighting spirit that shows itself on and off the court.

Congratulations Swin, enjoy the rest of the season!

Enjoy the podcast!



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