Career: Dynamo Moscow (Russia-A Superleague, 2005-06), Basketball Club Habana (Cuba-D1, 2006-07).
Boulet Peillon has the ability to dominate in any game she plays, as was evident at the start of the 2006 FIBA World Championship. The captain of the national team began that tournament with a 36-point explosion in a 75-70 win over Chinese Taipei and had 18 points and nine rebounds in a narrow triumph over France. The 1.91m tall center disappeared against the United States, though, in the eighth finals in Brazil with just six points and one rebound. One year later, the center had eight points and four rebounds in the 101-71 gold-medal game defeat to the United States. There is no question that Zabala needs Boulet Peillon, who averaged 14.6 points and 4.6 rebounds at the 2007 FIBA Americas Championship for Women, to be a force in Madrid.