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‘I got my whole ‘fit already planned out for the 1st game:’ With WNBA season over, Te’a Cooper excited to support Sharife in NBA



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Now, as she heads back to her metro Atlanta residence, the area where she went to high school, her attention shifts to support her little brother Sharife Cooper in his NBA rookie season with the Atlanta Hawks.

“It’s crazy to even think about,” Sharife told Bally Sports’ Autumn Johnson at the Sparks-Dream game. “Getting in, learning new guys, just getting my feet wet in the NBA. Really just the experience to get used to.”

Through four games in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League, Sharife averaged 14.8 points and 7.2 assists per game. What made Sharife’s game winner sweeter is two of the critiques on the former Auburn guard were his 6’1, 180-pound frame and his inability to shoot three pointers.

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