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  • From the late 1990s through the first decade of the 21st century, the University of Connecticut (Uconn) Huskies and the Tennessee Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols) had what was arguably the biggest rivalry ever in women’s college basketball. Both teams won their fair share of NCAA championships, and both produced many of the best players in the WNBA.  Those players include women like Uconn’s Diana Taurasi and Tennessee’s Candace Parker.

    Taurasi and Parker are part of a list of ten WNBA players who are so talented they could play in the NBA right now. They have all made history and will no doubt continue to do so in the future.

    Criteria

    All of the women on this list were born no earlier than 1979. They are either active or injured; none are retired.

    Each woman stands out both offensively and defensively, or, is categorized as a specialty player such as an outstanding shooter or point guard.

    Finally, everyone on this list demonstrates strength and stamina by playing at least 30 minutes per game or averaging 30 games in a typical 34-game WNBA season.

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