Lisa Leslie
Leslie averaged 17.3 points and 9.1 rebounds in her 12-year career, all spent with the Sparks.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, in advance of the NCAA women's basketball championship game Tuesday night, we'll chat with one of the greatest women's basketball players of all-time, Lisa Leslie.

Leslie retired from the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks in 2009 as the league's career points and rebounds leader. She left as one of the most decorated players in league history, winning three MVPs, two WNBA titles and two WNBA Finals MVPs, in addition to four Olympic gold medals. In college, at USC, she was named the 1994 National Player of the Year.

This season, Leslie is an Advisory Board member for the Capital One Cup, an NCAA Division I athletics award that honors the top men's and women's college programs in the country. Teams compete to earn points based on the final standings and polls across 39 sports. The winners get the Capital One Cup trophy and $400,000 for student-athlete scholarships.

Send your questions now and join Leslie Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET!

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