Sunday, September 20, 2009
The Associated Press gives us some clues as to what 2010 will be like in Atlanta.
Don't expect the Atlanta Dream to overhaul their roster again next season, not after the second-biggest one year turnaround in WNBA history.
Coach Marynell Meadors says there will be a few additions after the Dream followed up their four-win 2009 inaugural campaign with 18 victories.
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Among the clues:
* Expect Holdsclaw, Snow and Lyttle back next year.
* Chamique Holdsclaw will play in Poland in the off-season. I wonder if she'll join Iziane Castro Marques in Krakow?
* Meadors will look for some help in the frontcourt for de Souza.
* Atlanta is looking for more depth at point guard. (I suspect that either Latta, Miller or both are gone after this season.)
"We will not be happy until we are wearing rings on our fingers," Meadors said. "We've prove we can play. Now, it's up for us to take to another level."
I just hope Holdsclaw gets some rest. Doesn't the Polish season start on October 1st?