.@SkyDigg4 WITH THE DAGGER 🤐 #CountIt pic.twitter.com/4BQUtylc6k
At 4:24 am baby GOAT #2 arrived. Congratulations to Dee and Penny on the birth of their beautiful, healthy baby girl.💜🧡 #FamilyOf4TheValley
This bucket by @Sloot22 takes it to OVERTIME on @espn ‼️ pic.twitter.com/Frqlc7637N
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Did Diana Taurasi have a baby?
Between Playoff Games Diana Taurasi, Wife Penny, Welcome Baby Girl. Diana Taurasi reacts during the women's basketball final during the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 on Aug. 8, 2021 in Tokyo. ... Former teammates with the Mercury, Taurasi and Taylor wed in 2017, and the next year welcomed their first child, a son named Leo. TeamUSA.orgBetween Playoff Games Diana Taurasi, Wife Penny, Welcome Baby Girl
13 October, 2021 - 06:53am
Catch up quick: Peddy's journey began in 2012, when she was drafted by the Sky out of Temple.
After getting cut early in training camp, she went abroad to play in Israel, where checks were late and she had to drive herself to away games.
In 2013, Peddy was invited to Mystics training camp only to be cut in preseason again. After nearly quitting, she recommitted herself to basketball and blossomed into a EuroLeague star in Latvia.
Then came 2019. Peddy was once again cut by the Mystics in training camp, but when the team needed a replacement player midseason, she came home and made her WNBA debut at age 30.
She was cut again three weeks later, but was such an asset that the Mystics hired her as a coaching and video intern. A few months later, Peddy won an WNBA title as a member of the "coaching staff."
2020 was more of the same ... until it wasn't. Peddy was a late addition to the Mystics' bubble roster and got waived midseason. But before she cleared waivers, the Mercury swept in and signed her.
That move paid off in a huge way, as Peddy hit a buzzer-beating three — against the Mystics (!) — to help Phoenix advance in the playoffs.
This season, Peddy has been a key contributor for the Mercury, appearing in every game and scoring double-digit points in four of her last five playoff games entering tonight.
What to watch...Tonight, Game 2: Sky (up 1-0) at Mercury, 9 p.m. ET (ESPN)
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