It’s a FastBreak Reunion

25 03 2015


One of the things that people always like to “remember” about me is that I am a former Oakland Raiderette…and I am. However, before I ever stepped foot on an NFL sideline, I had the honor of dancing among some of the most beautiful dancers I have ever shared the stage with…as a member of the Sacramento Kings FastBreak Dance Team. It was the first professional (sports) dance team I had ever been part of, and it was a very memorable experience, from the great friends I made, to the the excitement of dancing on an NBA court and being part of the Sacramento Kings community.


Well, this past weekend we had a “reunion,” where the Kings invited back FastBreak Alumni to once again hit the hardwood and dance for the crowd during its game versus the Washington Wizards. Not all the ladies made it back, but there was about 30 alumni who were able to make it for the performance. It was such good times…a real sisterhood and pleasure for me to stand among the same beautiful dancers.


We did a minute and a half dance routine to “Uptown Funk,” during a second quarter timeout and overall, we all still “got it!” 🙂 And — one of the things that made this extra special for me was to have my family by my side, because for me, there’s no point in doing what you love if you can’t share it with the ones you love! <3

Watch a video of our performance, and see some pictures from the event below…








4 responses to “It’s a FastBreak Reunion”

26 03 2015
Kristen (09:24:34) :

Such a hot mama! Would love you to write about how you fit in workouts as a working mom!!

26 03 2015
nicole (12:35:29) :

i love that kind of stuff. i could totally fit in the outfits still but not sure i could remember an 8 count to save my life!!!!

26 03 2015
Christina (13:19:57) :

You are awesome! I’m so impressed!!! Hot mama is right!

26 03 2015
Aileen @NewsyParents (13:38:28) :

How fun! You looked great and how wonderful you got to share this moment with your family!

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