If you didn’t know Diana Taurasi was GOAT-material before she set foot in the league, you learned pretty quickly. Playing in the first game of an iconic career on May 20, 2004, the Phoenix Mercury rookie corrals an inbound pass in the closing seconds of her first WNBA half, then drains a 60-foot buzzer-beating heave to send her team into the intermission. Taurasi finished with 22 points on the night and would go on to win Rookie of the Year on the season. Over the subsequent two decades, Taurasi would go on to win three WNBA championships, earn an MVP, become the highest-scoring player in league history by a wide margin and even win a formal fan vote as the consensus greatest player of all time.
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