Player Development Coach, Philadelphia 76ers
Duke retired Harding’s No. 10 jersey after she finished her college career with 1,298 points, 579 assists, 296 steals and 565 rebounds in a school-record 128 games. The 5-foot-8 guard was only the sixth player in ACC history to register 1,000 points, 500 assists, 500 rebounds and 250 steals. In 2007, she was named the Naismith College Player of the Year and was the No. 1 overall pick by the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA draft. After retiring in 2017, the Houston native served as an assistant coach with the Raptors’ summer league team. She spent a year in the NBA’s Basketball Operations Associated Program before fielding several job offers in the league. She chose to work with the Sixers. Lindsey was originally hired as a full time Scout and then moved into a Player Development Coaching Role. “Her love of the game shines through in everything she does, and I think that has a positive impact on everyone she comes across,” said Sixers general manager Elton Brand. “She’s a rising star in this industry.