RALEIGH, N.C. -- Delisha Milton-Jones spent 17 seasons playing in the WNBA.

The two-time Olympian won two WNBA Championships with the Los Angeles Sparks, and she was named an All-Star three times.

Earlier this week, Milton-Jones stopped by "Sports Night" and spoke with Mike Toper about a number of topics, including the social justice initiatives that the WNBA is taking and her thoughts on the controversy surrounding Atlanta Dream co-owner, Kelly Loeffler.