He and his Hall of Fame mother dissect his play by watching Synergy video clips together; she's come to see him play in person this year, too. And I'll be applauding every step of the way."GALLERY: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE WEEK IN COLLEGE HOOPS Feb 12, 2015; Boulder, CO, USA; California Golden Bears forward Dwight Tarwater calls a timeout on a loose basketball under Colorado Buffaloes guard/forward Tre'Shaun Fletcher in the first half at the Coors Events Center. Providence Friars forward La Donatae Henton (23) grabs the loose ball and jumps over Villanova Wildcats forward Jay Vaughn Pinkston (22) during the second half at Dunkin Donuts Center. De Paul Blue Demons forward Myke Henry (4) and guard Billy Garrett Jr. John's Red Storm guard Phil Greene IV (1) during the second half at Carnesecca Arena. LSU Tigers forward Jarell Martin (1) dunks over Kentucky Wildcats forward Willie Cauley-Stein (15) and forward Karl-Anthony Towns (12) during the first half of a game at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.But they also chat and catch up like any regular mother and son would, too — without a single mention of basketball."It just warms my heart to see the things he's been able to do," Lieberman says. Louisville Cardinals forward Montrezl Harrell (24) dunks against Pittsburgh Panthers guard/forward Chris Jones (12) and forward Michael Young (2) during the second half at KFC Yum! Iowa State Cyclones forward Dustin Hogue (22) is fouled on the way to the basket by Oklahoma Sooners forward Khadeem Lattin (12) as Oklahoma Sooners forward Ta Shawn Thomas (35) defends during the first half at Lloyd Noble Center. He'd found it pretty great that throughout his childhood that he'd gotten to go to cool T. Cline didn't really realize until his teenage years just how important his mother had been to the sport of basketball. Cline didn't really realize until high school just how important his mother had been to the sport of basketball."To be a good teammate, to do well academically and to see the man he's developed into. We are so blessed to have had this amazing life through sports, and now T. Ohio State Buckeyes forward Jae'Sean Tate (1) and Ohio State Buckeyes center Amir Williams (23) defend against Rutgers Scarlet Knights forward D. Foreman (22) during second half at Louis Brown Athletic Center. • Became the youngest basketball player in Olympic history to win a medal as she helped the U. In 2010, I don't want to be a woman who is coaching men; I want to be a coach who is coaching.” Born in Brooklyn, New York on July 1, 1958, Lieberman is a pioneering athlete. team at the 1976 Montreal games, the first time women's basketball was played at the Olympics.
Lieberman currently lives in Dallas, Texas, near to where she coaches the Mavericks’ D-League team and runs a summer basketball camp for boys and girls.
Sources: Are you aware that Nancy Lieberman is, or was, a Jew For Jesus, and has publicly expressed that Jesus is her "Lord and Saviour".
Being a Jew For Jesus doesn't make her any less of a great athlete.
After the League folded, Lieberman made history by becoming the first woman to play for a men’s professional team as a member of the Springfield Flame in 1986. Women’s National Team in 1989 and with the Phoenix Mercury when the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) was launched.
She also did a stint on the Washington Generals – the traditionally male team that opposes the Harlem Globetrotters. From 1998–2000 she was the head coach and general manager of the WNBA Detroit Shock.