35 Facts About Becky Hammon

1. Becky Hammon started playing basketball while studying at Stevens High School.

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2. Becky Hammon spent most of her professional career in the US with the San Antonio Stars, she spent time playing with the New York Liberty.

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3. Becky Hammon is completely secretive when it comes to her personal life.

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4. Becky Hammon has an estimated net worth of about $500 thousand at present.

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5. Becky Hammon became the first woman to be part of an All-Star coaching staff at the 2016 NBA All-Star Game.

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6. Becky Hammon was born on 11 March 1977 in Rapid City, South Dakota to the family of Martin Hammon and Bev Hammon.

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7. In 2011, rumors had it that Becky Hammon was in a relationship with Tony Parker.

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8. Becky Hammon joined Colorado basketball team and became one of the best players in the history of the university.

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9. Becky Hammon was born on March 11, 1977, to parents: Martin Hammon and Bev Hammon.

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10. In 2016, Becky Hammon made history again when she became the first woman to join the coaching staff of the NBA All-Star game.

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11. Becky Hammon played one final season in San Antonio before announcing her retirement in July 2014.

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12. Becky Hammon enjoyed success with other teams during the WNBA offseason, playing for clubs in Italy, Spain and Russia.

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13. Becky Hammon became one of the most celebrated players in Colorado State history.

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14. Becky Hammon was interviewed for the open position of the Milwaukee Bucks as general manager of the team on June 2, 2015.

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15. Becky Hammon became the first ever female head coach in the NBA's Summer League on July 3, 2015.

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16. Becky Hammon had a dream of becoming a coach after her playing career.

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17. Becky Hammon signed with the Colorado Chill, a new team in the NWBL in 2004 but played only two games because of an anterior cruciate ligament injury in her right knee sustained in the 2003 season when playing for the Liberty.

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18. Becky Hammon was selected in the Colorado State University Sports Hall of Fame on November 12, 2004.

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19. Becky Hammon is the world famous, and retired professional female Basketball player recognized in the world.

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20. In 1998, Becky Hammon put up 56 points in the Rams two tournament games, the second of which was a loss that sent them home.

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21. Becky Hammon scored 2,740 points at Colorado State, putting her at No 27 all time in women's basketball.

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22. Becky Hammon says it�s no surprise, really, that what you see is what you get with Popovich.

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23. Becky Hammon responded to Donovan's criticism saying, "You don't know me.

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24. Becky Hammon was named to the team representing the United States at the 1998 William Jones Cup competition in Taipei, Taiwan.

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25. On June 2, 2017, Becky Hammon was interviewed for the open position of the Milwaukee Bucks as general manager of the team.

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26. At the 2016 NBA All-Star Game, Becky Hammon became the first woman to be part of an All-Star coaching staff.

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27. Becky Hammon was the second female assistant in NBA history, after Lisa Boyer to work as a volunteer with the Cleveland Cavaliers and John Lucas in 2001.

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28. Becky Hammon led the Spurs to the Las Vegas Summer League title on July 20, 2015, becoming the first female NBA head coach to win a Summer League title.

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29. On July 3, 2015, Becky Hammon became the first-ever female head coach in the NBA's Summer League when the Spurs announced she would coach their team.

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30. Becky Hammon had long expressed aspirations of becoming a coach after her playing career.

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31. Becky Hammon averaged a career-high 19.5 ppg and 5.0 apg in the 2009 WNBA season.

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32. Becky Hammon posted career high averages of 18.8 ppg and 5.0 apg (first in WNBA) in 2007.

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33. In 2004, Becky Hammon signed with the Colorado Chill, a new team in the NWBL, but played in only two games because of an anterior cruciate ligament injury in her right knee sustained in the 2003 season when playing for the Liberty.

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34. Becky Hammon led the Spurs to the Las Vegas Summer League title on July 20, 2015.

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35. On July 3, 2015, the Spurs announced that Becky Hammon would be the team's Summer League head coach, the first woman to be a head coach in that league.

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