Luckily, she found an escape — and it was right outside her bedroom window. But the thing that I really dealt with was that drop when I left the court.
“Basketball was a release from the things that I was dealing within my family structure,” she says. It was something that I did not address, and eventually it got worse.” On the court, though, she seemed invincible, leading the University of Tennessee women’s basketball team to three consecutive championships.
Well you can credit that to none other than Tulsa Shock forward Jennifer Lacy.Holdsclaw has been open about her sexual orientation for years.During a time when the WNBA wanted to keep conversations about sexual orientation on the sidelines, Holdsclaw lived her life openly and honestly.WNBA legend Chamique Holdsclaw talks about her struggles with mental illness in a powerful new documentary on Logo, set to air May 3.Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey Of Chamique Holdsclaw tracks the rise to greatness of a player who helped transform women's basketball and who became one of its greatest stars, being named a league All-Star six times.