1. She's a great, potentially very effective communicator for the league… but lord, I can't help but cringe when she chooses to almost directly equate being a woman with shoes, fashion, and hair. I'm sorry Chiney, but part of why so many of us who already love the league do so is because it is a rare island where absolutely none of that matters, and where those of us who fail those tests of femininity are welcome and surrounded by others just like us. Yes, female ballers have always been more to us than their skills on the court, but that's because love to hear their stories as people, three dimensional and often precisely not the kind of women upheld everywhere else.