Lindsay Whalen was in San Francisco Tuesday for the dedication of a new reading and learning center, a portion of the WNBA's Inspiring Women project. Here's the visual proof. It's part of a few commitments she's has out West before spending a few days back home in Minnesota prior to the start of Aug. 11 practice.
Joining her for the dedication were UConn alum Ashley Battle, Lynx rookie Candice Wiggins and WNBA president Donna Orender, among others.
(Note: Thank you Barb L. I had Candace Parker written originally, instead of Candice Wiggins. I had the right spelling of Candice, though. With all the news surrounding the brawl in recent weeks, I got so used to writing Parker, I essentially glazed over. Sorry for that slip-up.)