Lisa's favorite meal is Penne Pasta and Marinara sauce.
Lisa and her husband Michael Lockwood welcomed their first child, daughter Lauren Jolie Lockwood, on Friday, June 15, 2007 in Los Angeles.
Leslie married Michael Lockwood, a pilot and former Air Force basketball player,in Maui in November 2005.
Lisa signed a contract with Wilhelmina modeling agency in June 1996.
Lisa was a four-time all Pac 10 first team conference selection the four years she played at USC.
Lisa is 6 feet, 5 inches.
Lisa scored 101 points in the first half of a high school girl's basketball game in 1990. However, that was not a record, as the California girl's state record was 105, scored by Cheryl Miller.
Lisa won the 1990 Gatorade Girl's Basketball National Player of the Year.
Lisa's jersey number is 9.
When Lisa won the MVP of the regular season, WNBA Championship and All-Star Game in 2001, she became the first WNBA player to win those three awards all in the same season.
Lisa won MVP of the WNBA championship in 2001 and 2002. She also won MVP of the All-Star Game in 1999, 2001, and 2002.
Lisa was a member of the gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic women's basketball team in 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. The last three Olympics, the U.S. team had to beat Australia.
Lisa was named to the all WNBA First Team in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2006.
Lisa was named the 2004 WNBA Defensive Player of the Year.
Lisa was named WNBA MVP in 2001, 2004 and 2006.
Lisa won the WNBA title with the Los Angeles Sparks in 2001 and 2002.
Lisa missed the 2007 WNBA season due to pregnancy.
Lisa was the first person to dunk in a WNBA All-Star Game, which she accomplished in 2005.
Lisa was named to the WNBA's All Decade Team which celebrates the top players from their first ten years, 1997-2006.
Lisa was the first WNBA player to reach 5000 points, which she accomplished during the 2006 season.
Lisa graduated from the University of Southern California in 1994.
Lisa is an original WNBA player and has played for the Los Angeles Sparks since the WNBA's inaugural 1997 season.
Lisa became the first player to dunk in a WNBA game on July 30, 2002, in a game versus the Miami Sol. The second player is her L.A. Sparks teammate Candance Parker, who dunked twice in 2008.
Lisa: (On being chosen to play on the U.S. Olympic team)It's an amazing thing to represent your country like this, knowing you've stayed on top of your game and are among the top players in the world. It's great to represent your city and state in the WNBA, but to put on the red, white and blue ... I'm proud to say I'm an American and to be able to play for my country for this long.
Lisa: (On whether or not she will play in the 2008 Olympic Games)I feel I'm young enough, and that I haven't peaked as a player. But it's hard for me to think about suiting up without Dawn and Sheryl. When there was a question as to whether Sheryl would play due to her knee problems, I literally ran over and hugged her when I saw her at the airport. I just told myself that everything was definitely going to be alright with her there.