Let the debates begin
Thankfully, Mark McGwire isn't on this ballot.
But while voting for this season's WNBA awards might not involve the moral quandaries of voting on enshrinement in Cooperstown, it's still a way to honor the best and brightest of this season and requires some serious pondering.
Clearly, people care about the outcome. Take Kelley Pitchford, a WNBA fan from Brownsburg, Ind., who took time last week to send an e-mail and make an eloquent case for Tamika Catchings as MVP.
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