The forward comes into EuroBasket Women 2015 on the back of limited court time on a stacked ZVVZ USK Prague roster, having not been able to continue the stellar EuroLeague Women contributions she made at former club BK Imos Brno. However, she did produce in the semi-final against Fenerbahce to help take Prague to their fairytale title. She is a highly skilled player, great free-throw shooter and can score from a variety of spots on the floor. Perhaps not the most physical or aggressive frontcourt player around, she is smart and always draws fouls at regular intervals as well as being hugely effective in running the floor and converting transition scores. If she can improve her finishing at the basket under pressure, this would be a big bonus and while she is yet to have a major breakthrough tournament at senior level, this could now be the time to shine and live up to expectation, especially after excelling at the EuroLeague Women Final Four back in April and then being crowned MVP of the ZBL Finals.