By Ross Kelly

How do you top a 16-year WNBA career that will likely land you in the Pro Basketball Hall of Fame?

By becoming the first female assistant coach in NBA history.

How do you top becoming the first female assistant in NBA history?

By winning a title in your debut as a head coach in the Summer League.

How do you top winning a title in your Summer League head coaching debut?

By doing this:

Now how do you possibly top that video?

By getting Gregg Popovich to dance alongside you in the remix video… Oh, we can dream for that one. But in our dreams we’re still not as good as Becky Hammon.

Even Warriors’ fan MC Hammer would salute Hammon for her rendition. For the generation of people who have no clue what the above video is about or who have no clue what an MC Hammer is, please educate yourselves:

 

Ross Kelly is an Associated Producer for CBS Local Sports. He is from Louisiana and is a fan of all sports, but not of any teams (except LSU). He can be reached at ross.kelly@cbs.com.