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J. Ronald Terwilliger-owned-Atlanta Dream is a Women's National Basketball Association, abbreviated as WNBA. The team is based in the city of Atlanta and plays its home games at the Philips Arena. The Arena is also home to the Atlanta Hawks (NBA) and Atlanta Thrashers (NHL)
On November 27, 2007, Marynell Meadors was named the first head coach/general manager of Atlanta Dream. In 2007, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution announced a voting contest for people to choose the name and colors for the new team.
In the beginning of following year, Atlanta named its team the Dream while following colors sky blue, red, and white. The team began its first season in 2008.
On February 6, 2008 Atlanta Dream held their expansion draft, picking up one player from each of the 13 teams in the league.
The Dream traded Roneeka Hodges and their number 4 pick in the WNBA draft to the Seattle Storm for Iziane Castro Marques and Seattle's 8th pick in the 2008 draft. Also, they traded the 18th pick and LaToya Thomas to the Detroit Shock for Ivory Latta.
The Atlanta Dream believes that teamwork occurs not just on the court but every day in the community. The club has partnered with non-profit organizations across the Atlanta area, creating programs, events and appearances which leave a positive impact on the community.
They strive to serve as ambassadors in the community, building relationships and partnerships across the metro Atlanta area.
In addition to her WNBA experience, Meadors has made her mark in the collegiate ranks. She was the first ever coach of the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles to have won 363 games including four Ohio Valley Conference Championships in 20 years.
Subsequent to these, she secured the top coaching position at Florida State. Meadors has over 500 wins at the collegiate level. In between her stints with the Miami Sol and Washington Mystics, she worked as an assistant at the University of Pittsburgh for two seasons.
With the Eastern and Western Conferences, the 2008 WNBA featured 14 teams, comprising of seven teams each. Atlanta would join the Chicago Sky, Connecticut Sun, Detroit Shock, Indiana Fever, New York Liberty and Washington Mystics in the Eastern Conference.
The Houston Comets, Los Angeles Sparks, Minnesota Lynx, Phoenix Mercury, Sacramento Monarchs, San Antonio Silver Stars and Seattle Storm would comprise the Western Conference.
The WNBA saw one of its most successful seasons ever in 2007 with increased regular season attendance. It was a new postseason attendance record and Finals viewership on ESPN2 that was up 12 percent vs. 2006.
Spectacular games from the world's best women's basketball players turned the WNBA's 11th season to stardom. The Storm's Lauren Jackson tied a league record for points in a game (47). Jackson became the youngest player ever to reach 4,000 career points. She also received league MVP honors.
Led by 2007 All-Stars Taurasi Cappie Pondexter and Penny Taylor, the Mercury capped the most exciting WNBA season ever. They took home the ultimate prize of WNBA title by defeating the defending champion Detroit Shock in five games in the WNBA Finals.
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