In her first All-Star game, she competed against her former college coach Dawn Staley.
Dupree was also named to the Eastern Conference WNBA All-Star Team in 20 in the WNBA (there was no WNBA All Star game in 2008 due to the Olympics).
Dupree was selected 6th overall in the 2006 WNBA Draft by the Chicago Sky, an expansion team that year.
As a rookie, she was named to the Eastern Conference WNBA All Star team.
She also played professional basketball in Europe and Asia. Dupree played basketball at Temple University from 2002 to 2006.
She won numerous awards and accolades as a college basketball player, drawing comparisons to the NBA's Tim Duncan.
Candice Dupree is one remarkable athlete with a sheer focus on career.
She is indulged in her career so thick that she has no other concerns on life and priorities above it.
She was selected 6th in the 2006 WNBA Draft by the Chicago Sky before being traded to Mercury in 2010. Wharton High School and has two sisters; one is her twin, while the other is several years younger.
While I am disappointed to miss the 2017 season with my Mercury family, this was the right decision for me right now.
Don’t worry, X-Factor, I will still be around this summer, and I will be back and better than ever in 2018!
Entering this season, the Mercury certainly were not lacking for story lines. There was the new point guard, Erin Phillips, and the rest of the additions that make up the completely retooled Mercury bench.
There were, of course, Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, who attract attention just by showing up to the arena.