Team 2012-13: Galatasaray (Turkey-TKBL)
Career: Houston (USA-NCAA 2004-05), Houston Comets (USA-WNBA, 2005-6), Ibiza (Spain-LF, 2006-7), Houston Comets (USA-WNBA, 2007), Ibiza (Spain-LF, 2007-8), Houston Comets (USA-WNBA, 2008), Ibiza (Spain-LF, 2008-9), Atlanta Dream (USA-WNBA, 2009), Halcon Avenida (Spain-LF 2009-10), Atlanta Dream (USA-WNBA, 2010), Halcon Avenida (Spain-LF 2010-11), Ros Casares (Spain-LF, 2011-12), Galatasaray (Turkey-TBBL, 2012-13)
The naturalised power forward brings athleticism and great experience from both sides of the Atlantic, having starred both in the WNBA and also in EuroLeague Women where Lyttle won back-to-back titles in 2011 and 2012. Her addition to the Spanish national team was a big success when she poured in over 18 points-per-game at her debut tournament in 2010 at the FIBA World Championship. She is one of the most consistent players in the women's game and is a nightmare for her opponents to try and lock down in the paint. She's onto any loose balls and rebounds in a flash, loves put-back opportunities and is comfortable catching the ball in most positions on offence, whether driving to the basket, making a jump-shot or pulling a post move. The combined agility and strength of Lyttle in the paint make her an important player with a significant say in Spanish prospects at any major tournament.