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Best described as ‘the greatest winner in the history of women’s basketball’, Maya Moore is a professional basketball player who represents the Minnesota Lynx in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA).Moore developed a penchant for basketball at the age of 3, precisely in 1992, after her mother mounted a hoop on the back door of their apartment.She confesses that she likes Zack more than a friend as well.However, once they are saved from the submarine and Zack asks her out on a date.As mentioned in "Senior Ditch Day", she has been sick. While meeting Willa, Zack becomes attracted, but Cody tells him that he's "in relationship".Maya is also mentioned several times in "Twister" during the episodes Zack was looking for a nice gift for her because it was close the day of their 3 month anniversary.
Born on June 11, 1989, in Jefferson City, Missouri, Maya’s parents named her Maya April Moore.
The Long Count calendar keeps track of the days that have passed since the mythical starting date of the Maya creation, August 11, 3114 BCE.
The Long Count date is written in column format as shown in the example on the left, with cycles of time as follows: .17.19 | 3 Kawak | 2 K'ank’in | G8 This date corresponds to December 20th, 2012 in the Gregorian calendar, and is read as follows: baktun.uinal.k’in | Tzolk’in | Haab | Lord of the Night Initial Series Introductory Glyph: This symbol identifies this date as belonging to the Long Count system Baktun: A number (12 in this example) along with the symbol of “baktun” Katun: A number (19 in this example) along with the symbol for “katun” Tun: A number (19 in this example) along with the symbol for “tun” Uinal: A number (17 in this example) along with the symbol for “uinal” K’in: A number (19 in this example) along with the symbol for “k‘in” Tzolk’in date: A number (3 in this example) along with the Tzolk’in day glyph (Kawak in this example) Haab date: A number (2 in this example) along with the Haab day glyph (K'ank’in in this example) Lord of the Night (G8 in this example): A glyph that represents one the nine deities of the Maya Underworld.
She is also the winner of WNBA Finals MVP Award in 2013, two WNBA All-Star Game MVPs in 20, and two Olympic gold medals in 20.
The star also has the following awards to her name – the WNBA Rookie of the Year Award (2011), the Spanish league title and Euro League title (both in 2012).
The Maya calendar system records a series of recurring cycles of time based on the movements of the Sun, Moon, and planets.