Phoenix Mercury announce Greenway H.S. Varsity Girls Basketball as 2017 Adopt-A-Team program

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Greenway High School girls’ basketball team to be mentored by the Mercury throughout the 2017 season

PHOENIX – Earlier today, the Phoenix Mercury announced Greenway High School girls’ varsity basketball team as the 2017 Adopt-A-Team. The team was surprised with a video at their school from Mercury center, Cayla George. Video of the surprise announcement can be downloaded via the link below:

Cayla George Adopt-A-Team Announcement

Adopt-A-Team is a mentorship program designed to enrich the lives of female athletes through various Mercury-led programs, on and off the court.  Entering its 10th season, the program will not only provide the Greenway High School girls’ basketball team with much-needed equipment and uniforms, but also teach the girls important life skills such as writing resumes and internet safety. In addition, the program offers the team the opportunity to attend games, participate in private basketball clinics with Mercury players and coaches, and be included in volunteer opportunities throughout the summer.

Get a front-row seat for history this summer! Diana Taurasi will open the 2017 regular season just 178 points shy of becoming the all-time leading scorer in WNBA history, as she attempts to lead the Mercury to a WNBA-record tying fourth championship.  Tickets for the Fry’s Food Stores Home Opener on Sunday, May 14, and the other 16 regular-season Mercury home games can be purchased by calling 602.252.WNBA or by visiting PhoenixMercury.com.

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