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Rasheeda McAdoo trying to make her own name in tennis


It is difficult to play pro tennis when your opponent isn’t totally in awe of your father ’s ability to sink a sweet fall-away jump shot en route to being named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player for the Buffalo Braves, which is what the Clippers once were called. The transition from college tennis to the pros is not for the timid, Rasheeda McAdoo said. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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