IT feels a bit strange to think it's my 300th WNBL game on Thursday night.
For a start, we're playing on a Thursday night, which is unusual in itself.
Reaching the 300-game milestone in Dandenong will be a nice moment, but it's not something I've given too much thought to, to be honest.
For me it's really just another game and, more than anything, I want to get the 'W' against the undefeated Rangers on their home floor.
If I had of played my whole career in the league it might feel like more of an occasion, but I had an eight-year hiatus from the WNBL while I played overseas in Europe and the WNBA.
I don't really remember the early days of my WNBL career - it was 22 years ago!
My first season was back in 1991, when I used to sit on the bench for the Melbourne Tigers as a 15-year-old.
After that I had a couple of years at the AIS, which was great fun and brilliant to develop my basketball.
From there I headed over to Adelaide, where we won a championship in my only season in 1994.
Mostly I remember good seasons rather than individual games - but that grand final against Melbourne really sticks out in my memory.
That game went into double overtime and I hit a big three somewhere near the end - it might have even been in the last overtime.
There's one game in 1998 or 1999 that I'll never forget.
We were playing Dandenong and three of the Tigers players had left to join the Rangers that season.
We were playing them at the tennis centre and I had two foul shots in the final seconds to put us up by one or two points, but I missed both of them.
Dandenong took the ball up the other end and beat the buzzer to score and win the game.
That was hard to take.
My better memories are obviously with the Bendigo Spirit.
Like the first game, which was such a great occasion to be a part of after so much hard work had been put in to set up the club.
On an individual level, it was a sweet moment to sink the buzzer-beating shot against Canberra two seasons ago to win us the game.
Tess Madgen was playing with us then, she drove down the middle and passed to me.
Sometimes you hope you're not in that situation, but then other times you don't think about it.
When you hit big shots like that they are always memorable moments.
Nothing can top last year's championship win, though, that was incredible.
I was so happy to be able to shake-off my injury worries to play a big part in getting us to that final.
That was one of my best seasons in the league, along with the year I won the Most Valuable Player in 2010.
There's been some amazing moments, hopefully there's still a few more to come.
That grand final against Melbourne really sticks out in my memory