Blooper Reel Honors Hall of Famer

Lauren Jackson blooper reel includes a peek into a real super team in Seattle.

The Storm are honoring Hall of Fame player Lauren Jackson and a blooper reel was assembled for the occasion of her retirement in 2016.

Thanks to 3 Point Productions Matt Heuer we get this timeline cleanser from the all-star Aussie.

Love the shot with the t-shirt launcher reminding us of what a super team really looks like: The Nets have a Big Three, which is nice unless you have a big four. Swim Cash (Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame), Lauren Jackson and Katie Smith (Basketball Hall of Fame) and Sue Bird (first ballot lock for Basketball Hall of Fame) are all shown in the clip shooting the mascot’s t-shirt launcher.

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