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The work/life balance of WNBA guard and new mom Bria Hartley

January 2017 was a busy month for WNBA guard and North Babylon native Bria Hartley.  She gave birth to her first child, Bryson, and changed zip codes after being traded from the Washington Mystics to the New York Liberty. Hartley, who starred in college at UConn, discusses how she balances the demands of motherhood with the rigors of being a professional athlete. (Credit: Newsday / Jeffrey Basinger, Barbara Barker)

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