Kristan Jacobsen, Deseret News
Margo Dydek (right), Sheryl Swoopes (center) and Tricia Bader (10) scramble for the ball.

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Sheryl Swoopes wasnt as quick as she was during the Olympics a year ago. She couldnt jump as high as she could back in 93 when she was the college basketball player of the year at Texas Tech. Her shot wasnt as soft or true as it was a few years ago when Nike named a shoe after her which was a first for a female athlete.

In her fourth WNBA game after returning from maternity leave, Swoopes scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the Houston Comets 76-56 victory over the Utah Starzz at the Summit.

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