As a basketball player myself, I am constantly annoyed with how badly the girls want to play just like the boys. In these two different realms, the strengths behind each game are on totally opposite ends of the spectrum. Sure, guys can dunk... but girls? They play the game at its fundamental level. Guys can play with their physical talent. Girls can play with their brains. Why in the world do we keep encouraging the girls to attempt feats that most are physically incapable of? So, Candace Parker and Lisa Leslie can dunk. Rarities that show they've worked on that particular move, for sure. That means your post players are going to have this idea in the back of their heads that if they want to make an impression on the WNBA crowd [whisper]of five[/whisper], they'll have to dunk in a game. Can't we just stick to what makes women's basketball solid and forget the "flash?" Most of it doesn't look flashy, anyway. The current WNBA crowd [whisper]of five[/whisper] doesn't go to women's basketball games because they're expecting to see a dunk. Honestly, having attended a WNBA game, most of the fans are young girls and their families who just love the fundamental game. Women playing basketball are more likely to respect the game's basics, and for fans who appreciate that and are bringing their girls to see it, the dunks are giving them a poor representation of exactly what the women are about. It's not about being like the men. It's a different game. If I want the circus, I'll watch the NBA guys put on a show. Besides, now that she's dunked in consecutive games, does that mean that there's going to be a new flood of viewership for WNBA games? Of course not. No deal on this attitude of wanting to be like the guys. Let's keep the women's game the way I grew up appreciating it.