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August 5, 2006 at 6:46 PM

Missing something?

The Storm gave the first 3,000 fans a team poster at Saturday’s final regular-season home game against Charlotte. If you look closely, you’ll see one player is missing something important.
Center Ashley Robinson was added into the picture after it was shot, and her left leg was omitted in the process. It wouldn’t be all that noticeable if she weren’t wearing white shoes with yellow trim that seem to draw out the missing limb. Robinson was acquired via trade in July, missing most of the team’s group photo shoots.
But Robinson got both of her legs in the final team photo, taken before the game. And the photographers were more creative in hiding teammate Wendy Palmer’s left leg, which is bound in a cast after surgery on her partially torn Achilles. Palmer was tucked in the back row and had to balance on one foot, getting some stability from clinging to flanking teammates. She laughed as she repeatedly wobbled when the camera flashed.

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