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Uncasville (WTNH) - Playing with the pros - a rare opportunity for about sixty Connecticut kids with an eye on the prize."I want to play for UConn," Madison LaFlam from Willimantic said.So who better to help run this clinic than UConn grads and now WNBA all stars Asjha Jones and Charde Houston."It's just so great to see a young woman dribbling down the court, knowing that she could possibly be the next great thing," Houston, now of Minnesota Lynx, said.And don't think they weren't scoping out some of the future competition."One girl's eleven and she's like my height," Jones, of Connecticut Sun, said.

"I think she's the future."And there may be some future WNBA stars in these lines already towering over many."I"m 5'8" I think.

And still growing," Abbie Mancinelli, of Durham, said.These all-stars will be leaving a lasting impression on all the kids, especially those who play ball at the Windham Recreation Center.Long after the ribbon is cut and the players are gone - logos will stay along with a home court of which they can be proud."The floors aren't as rusty and it looks better," LaFlam said.A win for these kids and for the Connecticut Sun's home court which is hosting the WNBA all-star game this weekend.I think this gives people the chance to see the new wings going up, all the work they put into Mohegan Sun," Jones said.



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