Becky Hammon is an American basketball coach and retired professional basketball player.
She was South Dakota Miss Basketball in her junior year while she was a basketball player at Stevens High School.
Becky averaged 26 points per game as a senior and was chosen as South Dakota's Player of the Year. Becky attended Colorado State University and was recognized as the state's top sportswoman.
She became the WAC's all-time leading scorer and was voted the WAC Mountain division player of the year.
Becky received the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award in her final year.
Her #25 jersey was retired in 2005 after she was inducted into the Colorado State University Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. She joined the New York Liberty in 1999 despite not being selected in the draft.
Becky played with the Liberty from 1999 to 2006 and the San Antonio Stars from 2007 to 2014 during her WNBA career.
She was named to the All-WNBA First Team twice, All-WNBA Second Team twice, and six times as a WNBA All-Star.
One of the Top 15 WNBA Players of All Time, according to voters, is Hammon. With the Colorado Chill, she won the NWBL Championship in 2005 and 2006, and with CSKA, she won the World League Championship in 2007.
After obtaining Russian citizenship, she won a bronze medal for Russia in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and a gold medal while representing the United States in the Jones Cup in 1998.
After the 2014 WNBA season, she made the announcement that she would be retiring.
The San Antonio Spurs of the NBA hired Hammon as an assistant coach in August 2014, making her the first full-time female coach in any of the four major American professional sports leagues.
Becky Hammon's net worth is currently estimated at $0.5 million.
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Becky Hammon’s father is Martin Hammon.
Becky Hammon’s mother is Bev Hammon.
Siblings: Becky Hammon has a brother named Matt Hammon and a sister named Gina Hammon.
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