In one instant in early July, when the Liberty were scraping along with a 7-9 record, forward Sue Wicks became utterly certain that New York would be vying for the championship at season's end. The moment came after a 66-65 loss in Cleveland, in which Wicks had messed up a crucial play by missing a pass from Teresa Weatherspoon. "I just wanted to die," Wicks recalls. "I had blown the game and made Spoon look bad. But then Spoon came over and instead of saying, 'You should have caught that!' she said, 'Don't worry. We're gonna get another one.' That's when I knew we'd be in the finals. The trust... More >>>