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Natalie Williams
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Basketball Player
    (November 30, 1970- )
    Born in Long Beach, California
    Attended UCLA
    Power forward for the Utah Starzz (1999-2002) and the Indiana Fever (2003-2005)
    Five time WNBA All-Star (1999-2001, 2003-2004)
    WNBA Season Rebounding Leader (2000)
    Olympic Gold Medalist (2000)
    She was nominated for an ESPY award for Best WNBA Player and lost to Cynthia Cooper (2000).
    An injury prevented her from competing in the 2001 All-Star Game.
    She led the WNBA with 138 personal fouls in the 2003 season.
    She frequently committed turnovers.
    She never played in the WNBA Finals.
    She won All-American honors in both basketball and volleyball while attending UCLA.
    She helped the UCLA volleyball team win two straight NCAA championship titles (1990-1991).
    She left the ABL as the league's rebound record holder.
    She set up her own restaurant at Salt Lake City, Utah.
    She participated in the 2002 Winter Olympics torch relay.
    She was one of the most successful rebounding WNBA players in the league's early years.

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