The maddening promise of Diamond DeShields


It was who persuaded her mother to move to Norcross, Georgia so she could attend Norcross High School. It was DeShields who engineered a historic recruiting class to UNC, only to leave a year later to transfer to Tennessee. It was DeShields who left Tennessee, too. Now, though, as a rising WNBA star, DeShields has very little control. (ESPN.com)

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