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Originally Published: September 21, 2004
By Mechelle Voepel | Special to ESPN.com

Recently, I was at the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., as Kansas legend Lynette Woodard was inducted. The Naismith Hall did not induct its first female player until 1992, but the exhibits in the new building -- which opened in 2002 -- were put together with a clear intention of being inclusive of women and girls.

The Hall honors its enshrinees in the dome that is the centerpiece of the hall. The second floor is a museum of the game's history, starting with the 1890s. ...

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