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Jennifer Gillom
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Basketball Player
    (June 13, 1964- )
    Born in Abbeville, Mississippi
    Attended the University of Mississippi
    Olympic Gold Medalist (1988)
    Power foward for the Phoenix Mercury (1997-2002) and the Los Angeles Sparks (2003)
    WNBA All-Star (1999)
    Head coach for the Minnesota Lynx (2009) and the Los Angeles Sparks (2010-2011)
    Assistant coach for the Minnesota Lynx (2008), Washington Mystics (2012) and the Connecticut Sun
    She is one of 10 children.
    She shares her 'Grandmama' nickname with an NBA player.
    She frequently committed personal fouls in her playing career.
    Her first head coaching stint with the Lynx was uneventful.
    She was fired by the Sparks as the head coach after 10 games into the 2011 season and she was replaced by Joe 'Jellybean' Bryant.
    She is fluent in Italian and Greek.
    She was the WNBA's field goal leader of the 1998 season with 228.
    She left the Mercury as the team's all-time scorer.
    She was the third WNBA player to score 2,000 points.
    She and her sister Peggie were namesakes for the sports complex at the University of Mississippi campus.
    She was an assistant coach for the Olympic Gold Medal winning U.S. Women's Basketball Team (2012).

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