This May 4, 2016 photo shows Seattle Storm's Sue Bird in action against the Phoenix Mercury in a WNBA preseason basketball game in Seattle. Bird understands a transition is under way. The Seattle Storm are undergoing an evolution. But Bird still remains the American standard for point guards and it's why Bird will be the one to decide when she's ready to walk away from the professional game.
This May 4, 2016 photo shows Seattle Storm's Sue Bird in action against the Phoenix Mercury in a WNBA preseason basketball game in Seattle. Bird understands a transition is under way. The Seattle Storm are undergoing an evolution. But Bird still remains the American standard for point guards and it's why Bird will be the one to decide when she's ready to walk away from the professional game. Elaine Thompson AP
This May 4, 2016 photo shows Seattle Storm's Sue Bird in action against the Phoenix Mercury in a WNBA preseason basketball game in Seattle. Bird understands a transition is under way. The Seattle Storm are undergoing an evolution. But Bird still remains the American standard for point guards and it's why Bird will be the one to decide when she's ready to walk away from the professional game. Elaine Thompson AP

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