The former Thousand Oaks High star, now 34 years old and after giving birth to three kids — oh, and that steroid issue — talks to the former USC star, working for NBA TV and TNT, about this comeback as a WNBA player:
Not once in 7 minutes, 22 seconds does the word “steroid” come up.
Prior to tipping off coverage of the WNBA’s 14th season, NBA TV has a WNBA Preview Show today at 6 p.m. hosted by current Charlotte Bobcats sideline reporter Stephanie Ready and former WNBA head coach and NBA great Rick Mahorn. The show will include a longer-form interview between Jones and Miller.
Also, starting with the Sparks-Mercury telecast on ESPN2 (Saturday, 11 a.m.), this is the first time all 204 WNBA games are accessable through either NBA TV, ESPN2, ESPN3.com and WNBA.com.