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July 24, 2008

Nancy Lieberman

Nancy Lieberman has become the oldest player in the WNBA.  At the age of 50, Lieberman breaks her own record as the oldest player in the WNBA.

Lieberman has signed a seven day contract with Detroit Shock after Cheryl Ford sustained a knee injury.  She received the injury while attempting to restrain Plenette Pierson who was at the time attempting to mash Los Angeles Sparks' Candace Parker into the floor.

Shock sign 50-year-old Hall of Famer Lieberman
The Associated Press  
The Shock signed 50-year-old Nancy Lieberman, a Hall of Famer and one of their former coaches, to a seven-day contract on Thursday. ...

Without Ford, Shock Bring Lieberman Out of Retirement
Washington Post, United States
Detroit signed Nancy Lieberman to play for them for the next seven days,  which will get them to the Olympic break. The moment Lieberman takes the court she ...

Shock bring back Lieberman
Sports Network
... in a brawl with the Los Angeles Sparks, the Detroit Shock had another surprise in store Thursday, signing Nancy Lieberman to a seven-day contract. ...

Nancy Lieberman's WNBA comeback at age 50 might spark some ...
Orlando Sentinel, FL
ESPN is reporting that 50-year-old basketball Hall  of Famer Nancy Lieberman has signed a seven-day contract to join the WNBA's Detroit Shock, ...

Remember me? Lieberman  is back
DetNews.com, MI
But a name from their past, 50-year-old former coach Nancy Lieberman, is on her way back -- as a player. The News has learned Lieberman signed on Wednesday ...

WNBA Announces Shock-Sparks Suspensions
Washington Post, United States -
And is Detroit's signing of 50-year-old ESPN analyst Nancy Lieberman a smart roster move or a publicity stunt? ...

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