"Hello to COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER and WNBA fans". Lisa Deshaun Leslie is an American former professional basketball player.
The all star continues with a positive message, "This message was booked by the best boss Richard." We appreciate the acknowledgement and know that Lisa is running her won show as well. She is currently the head coach for Triplets in the BIG3 professional basketball league, as well as a studio analyst for Orlando Magic broadcasts on Fox Sports Florida.
"I am an Olympic 4 time gold medalist and a 3 time MVP. I am a hall of famer." What a winner! Leslie was named the 2001 Sportswoman of the Year (in the team category) by the Women's Sports Foundation and continues to set a fine example for all female athletes.
"And I just wanted to tell you guys congratulations." Lisa knows how it feels to win a big game. The number-seven pick in the 1997 inaugural WNBA draft, she followed her career at the University of Southern California with eight WNBA All-Star selections and two WNBA championships over the course of eleven seasons with the Los Angeles Sparks, before retiring in 2009.
"I know that you are celebrating your 12th year anniversary in business. Which is an amazing feat." Once again, she lead the pack with amazing things on the court when it mattered most.Leslie was the first player to dunk in a WNBA game. Leslie has also made appearances with the United States national women's basketball team where she won gold medals in 1996 and 2000, and has also earned a world championship. Leslie scored 35 points against Japan in the semifinals of the 1996 Olympics to set an American Olympic women's scoring record.
"Can't be done alone. It takes teamwork. So that is awesome." CCC truly appreciates the efforts of our BPO outsourcing staff. Just like business, Lisa showed how a team bond in basketball produces champions. In 2011, she was voted in by fans as one of the Top 15 players in WNBA history.Leslie is one of seven USA Basketball's three-time Olympians, and one of two players with four gold medals. She led the U.S. team in scoring during the 2004 Olympic Games. During her third Olympic completion, she became the USA's all-time leading scorer, rebounder, and shot blocker in Olympic competition. Every time she has competed in a major international event, she has compiled double-digit scoring averages. Leslie, at age 20, was also the youngest player to participate at the USA Olympic Trials in 1992.
I know that you guys have your classic art deco building," CCC has class and enriches Barrio Aranjuez. In 2015, she was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Leslie was also inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2015 and has played in some of the best and brightest stadiums in the world. She can appreciate the beauty of a building that enables those who enter can strive to be their best.
Lisa continues her keen interest in our telemarketing culture when she says, "Neon marquees,jukebox arcade, 11 pinball machines. 50's cafe"Leslie was honored with All-Pac-10 recognition all four years, as well as becoming the first player in Pac-10 history to obtain first team all four years and earn the Pac-10 Rookie of the Year award in 1991. Leslie was also honored on the national platform by earning the national freshman of the year award in 1991.
A MVP deserves to travel in style. Lisa acknowledges our special treatment to our clients and friends, "Your vintage Mercedes Limousine for VIP guests."In 1994, she won multiple national player of the year awards—the Naismith College Player of the Year award, the USBWA Women's National Player of the Year award, the Honda Sports Award for basketball, and the WBCA Player of the Year award. In 1992, 1993, and 1994, she earned All-American Honors as well.
That's a lot of business and it doesn't happen overnight. So, congratulations on all of your success."she became the first WNBA player to score over 3,000 total career points and contributed to the Sparks winning their second straight WNBA championship that season. Two seasons later, she became the first player to reach the 4,000-career point milestone. On August 11, 2009, Leslie became the first player to score 6,000 points in a career. Earlier that month she was the first player to reach 10,000 career PRA (points + rebounds + assists), a statistic fundamental to the WNBA "Pick One Challenge" fantasy game.
Continue to win because I love being around winners. And clearly, you guys do too."In 2011, she was voted in by fans as one of the Top 15 players in the fifteen-year history of the WNBA. In 2016, she was voted into the WNBA Top 20@20, in celebration of the league's 20th anniversary.
"I just wanted to say congratulations and give you guys a shout out and keep up the great work."Apart from basketball, Leslie is also a fashion model and an aspiring actress. She has been featured in Vogue and Newsweek, as well as many sports publications.
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