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WNBA’s Danielle Robinson: ‘There’s No Point of Doing Anything if You’re Going to Go Half-Speed’

After falling to the eventual WNBA champion Washington Mystics in the semifinals last year, the Las Vegas Aces signed point guard Danielle Robinson to solidify their backcourt. It was technically a return to her first franchise, as Robinson played her first five seasons—and reached three All-Star Games—with the San Antonio Stars, who later relocated to Vegas. But she hasn’t yet had the chance to suit up for her new (old) team as the WNBA has delayed the start of its season due to the coronavirus.   Robinson has played eight WNBA seasons, having also logged short stints with the Phoenix Mercury and Minnesota Lynx. She was honored on three All-Defensive teams and on the 2014 All-WNBA team. .

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