Biography - A Short Wiki
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Here is a short summary of Rebecca Lobo's career:
Rebecca began playing basketball as a kid, where she had joined the boy’s community team and chosen as a starter. She later attended Southwick Tolland Regional High School, where she became a State scoring record holder of 2740 points. After she graduated from high school, she attended the University of Connecticut, which she chose due to its academic excellence.
Family and Personal Life
In 2001, Rebecca met Steve Rushin in a Manhattan bar. Steve was a writer of the sports magazine Sports Illustration which he used the platform to shame the women basketball. She approached Steve only so that she would put him into his place, which she eventually did. She told him that the women basketball games had over 15000 fans attending, and this showed that Steve had never gone to any women basketball game.
|Siobhan Rushin, Maeve Rushin, Thomas Rushin, Rose Rushin
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Rebecca Rose Lobo-Rushion
|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|October 6, 1973
|Place of Birth
|1.93 m, 6 feet 4 inches
|64 kg, 141 lbs
|Net Worth / Wealth
|Basketball Analyst, Former Basketball Player
Height, Weight, and Age
Rebecca Lobo's height is quite tall measuring 1.93 m. The basketball analyst weighs 64 kg. Being born on October 6, 1973, translates to an age of 50 years as of todays date (February 29, 2024).
"I'm happy and at peace with where I am at life."Rebecca Lobo
"I think every time I go in a game, I have added something positive. I have gotten a rebound or made a defensive play. That is what I try to focus on."Rebecca Lobo
"People have to understand what my game is. It's not all about numbers. There's a bigger picture here. I don't create off the dribble. I rely on my teammates; my role is to set screens and get rebounds."Rebecca Lobo
"There's nothing masculine about being competitive. There's nothing masculine about trying to be the best at everything you do, nor is there anything wrong with it. I don't know why a female athlete has to defend her femininity just because she chooses to play sports."Rebecca Lobo
"I have no regrets about my career or retiring. Not once have I thought 'Gosh, I wish I was back on the court."Rebecca Lobo