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16dMechelle Voepel

Catchings was one-of-a-kind competitor

Her play reflected every cliche about competing. She made the most of every moment on court. When Tamika Catchings retires after 15 years in the WNBA, we probably won't see anyone like her again.

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53dMechelle Voepel

Catchings: 'It's been a dream come true'

She has done it all, from NCAA and WNBA titles to MVP accolades. As her career winds down, 37-year-old Tamika Catchings hopes to add a fourth Olympic gold medal to a legacy defined by hard work.

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77dMechelle Voepel

Summitt's players are her greatest legacy

At its most basic core, Pat Summitt's life work was helping young women who played basketball become the best human beings they could be. Thursday, her legacy rose as one to honor her.

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Pat Summitt honored at 'Celebration of Life'

Friends, family members, and former players honored former Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt, who won eight national titles and a Division I record 1,098 games in her 38-year career.

78dMechelle Voepel

'Celebration of life' to honor Pat Summitt

The women's basketball world is paying tribute to legendary Tennessee coach Pat Summitt, who died June 28 at age 64. Watch live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.

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Bob Ryan remembers Pat Summitt (0:57)
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91dMechelle Voepel

5 ways to carry on Summitt's legacy

The way Pat Summitt lived every day was as awe-inspiring as her career record, and you could do no better than to follow her lead. Here are five things we can try to do to keep her spirit alive.

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An overdue thank you to Pat Summitt

Pat Summitt made it OK for girls to compete, dream big and believe in ourselves. More than anything, Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey writes, she taught women the power of leadership.