The Vision is the true story about how JESUS allowed me to play a part in the success of women's professional basketball in the United States, to give American women the opportunity to stay in their home country and play professional basketball like their male counterparts have for decades. Since Title lX, there hadn't been a greater moment for women's basketball until the arrival of the Women's Basketball Association. And the rest is history!
Lightning Mitchell's book is very compelling and relays the truth about the history of the start of the WBA ... instrumental ... inspirational ... amazing. This book should be read by all.
-Coach Marcus D. Harvey
... I thought that the Women's Basketball Association would be something that Kansas City would be proud of for years and years to come. Today here's a story told about what took place, and it was here in Kansas City.
-Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II (D-Missouri), Former mayor of Kansas City, Missouri.
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About the Author
Mary-Lane Kamberg is an award-winning professional writer, speaker, and former basketball mom. She is the author of North Carolina Basketball (Rosen Publishing, 2013), as well as more than twenty-five other books and hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles, many on sports and health and fitness topics. She has a bachelor's of science degree in journalism from the University of Kansas and cheers for the Jayhawks during March Madness. She lives in Olathe, Kansas, with her husband, Ken Kamberg.