You won the silver medal playing for the Australian Team in the 2018 FIBA World Cup in Spain. Elaborate more about this exceptional achievement of your basketball playing career?
This was a really special experience with a really incredible group. I was so fortunate to be included in this group and play at that level, in that environment. The crowds and level of competition was absolutely insane. I will never forget standing on that podium alongside my teammates.
In The 2021 FIBA Asia Cup at Jordan you won a Bronze medal playing for Australia. Tell us a memorable moment in this tournament matches and how this win in your career means special to you?
This was a really fun experience too because so many of the girls were representing Australia for the first time. We played hard and tough and had so much fun. We celebrated so hard after winning that bronze together and really just enjoyed each other’s company.
You have won many awards Two times WNBA champion (2018, 2020), Three times WNBL All-Star Five (2016–2018), WNBL Top Shooter Award (2017), Two times SBL champion (2014, 2015), Three times SBL Most Valuable Player (2013–2015), Two times SBL Grand Final Most Valuable Player (2014, 2015), Four times SBL All-Star Five (2013–2016), SBL All-Defensive Five (2016), Three times SBL scoring champion (2013–2015) and First-team All-Pac-10 (2010). How these awards are landmarks in your spectacular career to motivate you to reach greater and greater heights of achievement in your professional basketball playing career?
I think anytime you achieve something or reach a goal, it’s satisfying but only briefly. I find it just sparks larger goals and makes you want to win even more! It’s addictive!
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