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 Nneka OGWUMIKE
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  (189-F-90)
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 Sylvia FOWLES
  Minnesot.
  (198-C-85)
  Avg: 16
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 2. Stewart, Seatt.13.0 
 3. Thomas, Connecti.12.5 
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 Lindsay WHALEN
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  (175-PG-82)
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 3. Gray, L.Angeles S.7.0 
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 Sylvia FOWLES
  Minnesot.
  (198-C-85)
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 Elizabeth CAMBAGE
  Dallas W.
  (203-C-91)
  Avg: 3
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Breanna Stewart wins 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year, All-Rookie team announced - Sep 29, 2016


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Breanna Stewart (6'4''-F-94, college: Connecticut) of the Seattle Storm, who led all first-year players in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots this season, is the 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year the WNBA announced today. Stewart, a 6-4 forward, and Seattle guard Jewell Loyd - the 2015 winner - make the Storm the first team in WNBA history to have the Rookie of the Year in consecutive seasons. Stewart, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 WNBA Draft, received 38 votes from a national panel of 39 sportswriters and broadcasters. San Antonio Stars guard Moriah Jefferson (5'7''-PG-94, college: Connecticut), Stewart's former teammate at the University of Connecticut, was the only other player to receive a vote. Stewart topped all rookies with 18.3 points (sixth in the WNBA), 9.3 rebounds (second) and 1.9 blocks (third). She became the sixth player in WNBA history to reach all three of those averages in the same season, joining Sylvia Fowles, Yolanda Griffith, Lauren Jackson, Lisa Leslie and Candace Parker. Behind Stewart, the Storm finished 16-18 and advanced to the WNBA Playoffs for the first time since 2013. Stewart appeared in all 34 regular-season games and tied for the league lead in minutes (34.7 mpg). She ranked second among rookies in assists (3.4 apg) and steals (1.2 spg) and was third in field goal percentage (45.7) and free throw percentage (83.3). A 2016 Olympic gold medalist with USA Basketball, Stewart earned all four WNBA Rookie of the Month presented by Samsung awards and was named Western Conference Player of the Week once. In honor of being named the 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year presented by Samsung, Stewart will receive $5,000 and a specially designed trophy by Tiffany & Co.
All-Rookie Team:
Moriah Jefferson
Powers Aerial (6'0''-F-94, college: Michigan St.)
Breanna Stewart
Imani Boyette (6'7''-C-94, college: Texas)
Tiffany Mitchell (5'9''-G, college: S.Carolina, agency: LBM Management)
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Tiffany
Hayes
Hayes scores 22 point, leads Dream to 81-63 win vs Sky - 16 hours ago
Tiffany Hayes (5'10''-G/F-89, college: Connecticut) scored 22 points and the Atlanta Dream never trailed as they breezed to an 81-63 victory Wednesday over the Chicago Sky on Wednesday afternoon for their first victory of the season. The Dream (1-1) recovered from a season-opening 101-78 drubbing against the Dallas Wings and maintained control of this game from start to finish. Hayes led the way by shooting 4 of 6 from 3-point range. She made more 3-pointers than the entire Chicago Sky ro...   [read more]

Nneka
Ogwumike
Shorthanded Sparks keep Fever winless, 87-70 - 2 days ago
Nneka Ogwumike (6'3''-F-90, college: Stanford) had 25 points and 10 rebounds to help Sparks beat the Indiana Fever 87-70 on Tuesday night. Los Angeles, which took over the top spot in the AP WNBA power poll this week, jumped out to a 20-6 lead and it was 50-36 at the half behind 17 points from Ogwumike. Indiana pulled within 67-57 early in the fourth quarter but the Sparks answered with a 9-2 run and led by double figures the rest of the way. Odyssey Sims (5'9''-G-92, college: Baylor, age...   [read more]

Chelsea Gray
Chelsea Gray's buzzer beater lifts Sparks past Lynx 77-76 in finals rematch - 4 days ago
There was no better way for the WNBA to open its 22nd season than with another intense matchup between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Minnesota Lynx. After the Lynx received their championship rings and raised a fourth banner in the arena, Chelsea Gray (5'11''-G-92, college: Duke) and the Sparks gave them their parting shot. Gray had 18 points, including a double-clutch off-balance in the lane at the buzzer that gave the short-handed Sparks a 77-76 victory over the Lynx on Sunday in a dra...   [read more]


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