Toronto (Vocus) February 5, 2009
The Competition is heating up for this year’s highly anticipated EuroLeague All Star Team. A stand-out on the EuroLeague All Star Team is sure to be Tammy Sutton-Brown, who played a key role on opening night of the EuroLeague Women’s playoffs on Jan 28. Fan’s can show support and cast their vote for Canada’s lone candidate, Tammy Sutton-Brown on fibaeurope.com.
Tammy Sutton-Brown is a native of Markham, Ontario where she first became a sensation playing high school basketball. As a 6’4’ centre, Tammy Sutton-Brown is a two-time WNBA All-Star and currently plays with the Indiana Fever. She is a seven year member of the Canadian Basketball Senior Women’s National Team that competed in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
Tammy Sutto n-Brown is a champion on and off the court working for social causes involving women and children. Through her own Tammy Sutton-Brown Foundation, she promotes the holistic development of young women. In her WNBA off season, she dominates the court in Istanbul, Turkey.
Vote for Canada’s Own Tammy Sutton-Brown
The EuroLeague All Star Team will feature top female players from Europe competing against female athletes from around the world. The FIBA EuroLeague All Star Team starting line-up is currently being decided by vote on fibaeurope.com. Tammy Sutton-Brown can be found representing Canada.
Hurry, because voting for the EuroLeague All Star Team starting five ends Feb. 9. Log onto fibaeurope.com and click "All-Star Game" to cast your ballot for Tammy Sutton-Brown.