Teresa Edwards: First and foremost, I don't think my stats are worth cockadoodledoo. Played and turned 40 in the league, so I wasn't at my best as far as my career goes. No, I don't think I should be on it. That's the first thing I looked for, to make sure I wasn't. I didn't want to be embarrassed by that. I don't want anything I don't deserve. Sheryl Swoopes: I've been fortunate to have played with some of the best, played against some of the best, so to be included in that list, it's definitely a huge accomplishment in itself. Even if I'm not one of the top 15, to be one of the 30 – it's something to be proud of. Edwards and Swoopes spoke about the WNBA's unveiling of their 30 nominees for voting of Top 15 Players of All Time after Tulsa Shock practice today. Edwards is absent, while Swoopes made the list.