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13-Mar-2018 23:57

Next is breakfast, walk my dog, Harleigh for 20 minutes, then out the door to Banker’s Life Fieldhouse for an am staff meeting, which is b By am I make time for individuals, which is player development in small groups.

Then from 10-pm we practice…During training camp we often times practice twice a day (10- and -pm). We discuss the practice, what’s needed for tomorrow…

But those are all things you’ll hear about covered in our interview below. First and foremost, it was an opportunity to coach some of the best players in the world.

Pokey Chatman is much more than her basketball career. Diana Taurasi, Lauren Jackson, Sue Bird, Becky Hammon, Tina Thompson, Seimone Augustus (again), Sylvia Fowles (again), Candice Dupree (who is currently on my team in Indiana), Epiphany Prince, who also was on my team in Chicago for a few years, just to name a few.

And even as competitors, they were dear friends interested in growing our game. Especially in this day and age, with so many valuable tools and resources. Charles Parish outside of New Orleans – was it difficult to pursue such an ambitious dream as being a female basketball player?

Pat made it “ok” /acceptable for women coaches to be tough as nails, and demanding like their male counterpart, during a time many in society were not ready for. PC: As I think back, it was difficult on my mom and sister because they sacrificed so much to provide an opportunity for me to play AAU basketball.

Then it’s time for me to head up to my main office (GM)…

Looking back on it, what was that experience like to be a part of that team, and add a gold medal to your accomplishments? It exposed me to traveling and learning about different cultures at an early age. How do you feel about the leaps and bounds that have been made for women professionally in your lifetime in sports? PC: I’m so excited with the growth of women’s basketball on every level.

You see, back in the day there was only a handful of teams and it costs money, and you had to find transportation, etc.

But low and behold, they made it happen for me, which gave me the platform to be exposed to a disciplined top notched AAU organization, superior coaching which led to many scholarships offers.

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Looking back on it, what was that experience like to be a part of that team, and add a gold medal to your accomplishments? It exposed me to traveling and learning about different cultures at an early age. How do you feel about the leaps and bounds that have been made for women professionally in your lifetime in sports? PC: I’m so excited with the growth of women’s basketball on every level.You see, back in the day there was only a handful of teams and it costs money, and you had to find transportation, etc.But low and behold, they made it happen for me, which gave me the platform to be exposed to a disciplined top notched AAU organization, superior coaching which led to many scholarships offers.Note: The algorithm tries reconstruct a spelling for the new word after generating its pronunciation, and sometimes this spelling isn't quite right.If you're able to read IPA you'll find a more accurate pronunciation in the "Pronunciation" column on the right.Do you even get a chance to watch Netflix, or TV programming with your busy life? My lifestyle is simply not conducive to a lot of TV watching. Hell, I haven’t even seen the famous Disney films (laughs).