Los Angeles, Calif. - The San Antonio Stars hung on in the last minute Sunday to edge the Los Angeles Sparks, 72-69.
Stars guard Danielle Robinson made a driving layup with 47 seconds to go to tie the score at 69. Then, with 8.4 seconds remaining she did it again. A foul on the other end of the court sent Robinson to the free throw line with one second to go, and she made one free throw for the final scoring margin.
Fullcourt invited players from around the WNBA to blog periodically throughout the 2014 season. Today, Storm rookie forward Angel Robinson talks about being a newcomer to the league after playing in Europe.
This is my rookie season in the WNBA, but I'm not a rookie in the pure sense: I graduated from Georgia in 2010 and played overseas for four years, in Spain, France, Portugal and Ecuador. But in this league, I'm a rookie - at age 27.