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Filmography as: Actress, Herself, Notable TV Guest Appearances
Herself - filmography
ESPY Awards (2004) (TV) .... Herself
Filmography as: Actress, Herself, Notable TV Guest Appearances
Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Punk'd" playing "Herself" (episode # 5.6) 31 July 2005
A mainstay on USA Basketball teams since being named to the 1989 USA Junior World Championship Team as a high school senior, Leslie has been a member of nine USA Basketball gold medal winning teams, earning the top podium spot at the 2004, 2000 and 1996 Olympic Games, 1999 U.S. Olympic Cup, 1998 and 2002 FIBA World Championships, 1994 Goodwill Games, 1993 COPABA World Championship Qualifying Tournament, 1992 R. William Jones Cup and 1991 World University Games.
In 2004 she once again led the U.S. team in scoring, both during its exhibition schedule and at the '04 Athens Olympics. In leading the squad to the gold medal stand, Leslie averaged 15.6 ppg. and 8.0 rpg. and was the USA's high scorer in three of eight contests.
She closed out her third Olympic competition ranking as the USA's all-time leading scorer, rebounder and shot blocker after compiling 407 points, 185 rebounds and 25 blocked shots in three Olympic Games (1996, 2000 and 2004). Leslie also sits atop the list for a single competition for blocked shots with 14 in '04.
She has posted double-digit scoring averages in every major international event she has competed and boasts USA Basketball career averages of 16.0 ppg. and 6.9 rpg.
The 1993, 1998 and 2002 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year, Leslie was the leading scorer of the gold medal winning 1996 USA Olympic and the historic 1995-96 USA Basketball Women's National teams that compiled a combined 60-0 record and were named the 1996 U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Basketball Team of the Year.
The leading scorer and rebounder of the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team that rolled to an 8-0 record and won the gold medal in Sydney; Leslie also led the 1999-2000 USA National Team to a 38-2 record, along with the 1999 U.S. Olympic Cup and the USA Basketball International Invitational titles, leading up to the Games.
In 1998 she was the leading scorer of the gold medal winning 1998 USA Women's World Championship Team which finished with a perfect 9-0 record and was named the 1998 USA Basketball Team of the Year. Prior to the start of the Worlds, she aided the U.S. to a 12-1 record in its 13-game 1998 pre-World Championship tour.
In addition to the previously mentioned medal-winning USA Basketball teams, Leslie was a member of the 1999 USA Basketball Women's Winter European Tour Team that compiled a 4-1 record; competed on the 1989 USA Junior World Championship team and toured Canada with the 1990 USA Junior National Team. She was also the youngest participant at the 1992 USA Olympic Trials.
During her 14 years with USA Basketball, Leslie has etched her name throughout the USA Basketball record books.
On the World Championship stage, Leslie ranks first among all-time USA World Championship leaders in points (393) and rebounds (190) and ranks second in blocked shots (17). Additionally, Leslie posted the highest USA Goodwill Games field goal percentage in a single competition after shooting 71.8 percent (28-39 FGs) in 1994.
Leslie was signed by the WNBA and assigned to the Los Angeles Sparks on Jan. 22, 1997. In her first seven years with the Sparks, Leslie helped the Sparks to a 151-69 overall record, including a 28-4 record in 2001, and a pair of WNBA titles.
En route to the ‘01 championship, Leslie averaged 22.3 ppg., 12.3 rpg., 4.4 bpg., and 3.0 apg. in the playoffs and recorded 35 points, 16 rebounds, seven blocked shots in the Sparks’ 93-62 victory over the Charlotte Sting in the final contest. Earning WNBA Most Valuable Player honors in 2001, Leslie capped the year with the 2001 WNBA Finals MVP award.
Leslie finished the 2002 season as one of only two players to average a double-double after posting averages of 16.9 ppg. and 10.4 rpg. in leading the Sparks to a 25-7 record and a first place finish in the Western Conference. She also hit a major milestone in 2002, becoming the first person to dunk in a WNBA game after doing so against Miami on July 30, 2002. Averaging 19.8 ppg. and 8.0 rpg. throughout the playoffs, Leslie again collected WNBA Finals MVP honors after leading the Sparks to their second straight title.
This past season, despite missing 11 games following an injury in the All-Star Game, Leslie helped the Sparks to a 24-10 record and LA again advanced through the playoffs to the finals. Leslie, who averaged a double-double of 18.4 ppg. and 10.0 rpg. through the season, led her squad in the playoffs, averaging 20.8 ppg. and 8.9 rpg. However, the Sparks fell to Detroit in their bid for a third consecutive title.
A five-time WNBA All-Star, Leslie earned 1999, 2001 and 2002 WNBA All-Star Game MVP accolades after helping the Western Conference to victories over the Eastern Conference. Additionally, Leslie has been named to the All-WNBA first team (1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003) or All-WNBA second team (1998, 1999) in each of the league's seasons.
She was a member of the 1998 and 1997 WNBA All-Star teams that toured Brazil and Europe. Leslie also played the 1994-95 season in Alcamo, Italy for Sicilgesso and averaged 22.6 ppg. and 11.7 rpg.
Starring at the University of Southern California, Leslie was unanimously voted the 1994 National Player of the Year as a senior and earned 1991 National Freshman of the Year honors in her rookie season. Leslie also earned All-America honors in 1992, 1993 and 1994 and was named to the All-Pacific-10 Conference first team all four years, becoming the first player in Pac-10 history to receive all-conference first team honors four times. Additionally, Leslie was named as the 1991 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year.
With Leslie on board, the Women of Troy posted an 89-31 overall record, made four NCAA Tournaments, advanced to the Elite Eight in 1992 and 1994 and won one Pac-10 Conference championship. She currently tops the USC all-time career charts in blocked shots with 321 and ranks third in points (2,414) and fourth in rebounds (1,214).
Born on July 7, 1972 in Gardena, Calif., she hails from Inglewood and played her prep career at Morningside High School. The daughter of Christine Leslie-Espinoza, she has two sisters and four half brothers.
In Oct. 1998, she dedicated the Lisa Leslie Sports Complex, which includes a 42,000 square foot court with 12 baskets, at Morningside High. Leslie works with foster children in Los Angeles and was presented with the 1999 "Young Heros Award" from the Big Sisters Guild of Los Angeles for her work with foster children.
The 1997 Women's Pro Basketball ESPY Award, Leslie was one of three finalists for the same award in 1997 and collected 2001 Sportswoman of the Year honors in the team category from the Women's Sports Foundation.
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