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They Got Now: WNBA All-Star Roundtable
They Got Now: WNBA All-Star Roundtable
DATE: 2015/01/07::
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Tanisha Wright - A Decade of Defense
Tanisha Wright - A Decade of Defense
DATE: 2014/08/22::
3
Seattle Storm: Celebrating Sue Bird
Seattle Storm: Celebrating Sue Bird's Decade with the Storm
DATE: 2011/08/24::
4
LosLynx celebrate 2011 WNBA championship
LosLynx celebrate 2011 WNBA championship
DATE: 2011/12/20::
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Seattle Storm: All Decade Team
Seattle Storm: All Decade Team
DATE: 2009/07/17::
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WNBA Finals: Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve
WNBA Finals: Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve
DATE: 2011/10/02::
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Katie Douglas for Indiana Fever All Decade Team
Katie Douglas for Indiana Fever All Decade Team
DATE: 2009/07/02::
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2010 WNBA Action All-Access Sue Bird
2010 WNBA Action All-Access Sue Bird
DATE: 2011/07/24::
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Player Intro to 2010 WNBA All-Stars vs. Team USA in Stars at The Sun
Player Intro to 2010 WNBA All-Stars vs. Team USA in Stars at The Sun
DATE: 2015/01/09::
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WNBA Intensity - Jamba Juice
WNBA Intensity - Jamba Juice
DATE: 2011/11/03::
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WNBA ALL-STAR GAME: Highlights
WNBA ALL-STAR GAME: Highlights
DATE: 2011/07/23::
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2011 WNBA Western Conference All-Star Team intros - 07/23/11
2011 WNBA Western Conference All-Star Team intros - 07/23/11
DATE: 2011/07/23::
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Chamique Holdsclaw  - Live To 100 - Play Hard, Live Long
Chamique Holdsclaw - Live To 100 - Play Hard, Live Long
DATE: 2013/08/09::
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2014 WNBA All Star Game
2014 WNBA All Star Game
DATE: 2014/07/29::
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Seattle Storm: Sue Bird & Swin Cash Reflect on 9/11
Seattle Storm: Sue Bird & Swin Cash Reflect on 9/11
DATE: 2011/09/12::
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Sue Bird named one of the Top 15 Players in WNBA history
Sue Bird named one of the Top 15 Players in WNBA history
DATE: 2011/07/23::
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Fever players discuss their WNBA All-Stars game experience
Fever players discuss their WNBA All-Stars game experience
DATE: 2010/07/12::
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USA Basketball at American - Sue Bird with AU
USA Basketball at American - Sue Bird with AU's Ashley Yencho
DATE: 2009/10/15::
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Coach Karen Self
Coach Karen Self
DATE: 2012/10/17::
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WNBA - Iziane Castro Marques Gives Dream a Spark
WNBA - Iziane Castro Marques Gives Dream a Spark
DATE: 2008/10/31::
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NBA 2K9 (PS3) 90
NBA 2K9 (PS3) 90's WESTERN LEGENDS vs 80's WESTERN LEGENDS 2nd HALF
DATE: 2009/03/11::
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WNBA Wweekly 08/12/2013
WNBA Wweekly 08/12/2013
DATE: 2013/08/12::
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Cal Athletics: Associate Athletic Director for Ticket Sales Ashwin Puri
Cal Athletics: Associate Athletic Director for Ticket Sales Ashwin Puri
DATE: 2012/02/21::
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Maya Moore Leads with the Defense
Maya Moore Leads with the Defense
DATE: 2013/10/08::
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Sylvia Fowles 2013 WNBA Defensive Player Of The Year
Sylvia Fowles 2013 WNBA Defensive Player Of The Year
DATE: 2013/09/20::
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WNBA 2008 - Atlanta vs Detroit
WNBA 2008 - Atlanta vs Detroit
DATE: 2008/07/23::
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WNBA Cares: Los Angeles Sparks Care About the Community
WNBA Cares: Los Angeles Sparks Care About the Community
DATE: 2009/08/24::
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SHADOWS HD - PC - WNBA 2k13 Mod - LA Sparks preview
SHADOWS HD - PC - WNBA 2k13 Mod - LA Sparks preview
DATE: 2013/06/05::
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Top 15 Moments: Weatherspoon
Top 15 Moments: Weatherspoon's Half-Court Buzzer Beater
DATE: 2011/08/26::
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2014 First Night: Rebecca Lobo & Sue Bird Tribute
2014 First Night: Rebecca Lobo & Sue Bird Tribute
DATE: 2014/10/18::
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WNBA Playoffs Recap: Storm vs Sparks
WNBA Playoffs Recap: Storm vs Sparks
DATE: 2009/09/19::
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WNBA Play of the Day Sunday May 23.
WNBA Play of the Day Sunday May 23.
DATE: 2010/05/25::
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Katie Douglas impersonates Lin Dunn
Katie Douglas impersonates Lin Dunn
DATE: 2009/10/02::
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Seattle Storm - 15th Anniversary Season
Seattle Storm - 15th Anniversary Season
DATE: 2014/03/31::
35
Tangela Smith Gets the Block and Hits from Half-Court
Tangela Smith Gets the Block and Hits from Half-Court
DATE: 2010/05/16::
36
All I Want For Christmas Is You (Tulsa Shock edition)
All I Want For Christmas Is You (Tulsa Shock edition)
DATE: 2011/12/19::
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All-Stars v Fans Victory Against Cancer charity match
All-Stars v Fans Victory Against Cancer charity match
DATE: 2015/04/16::
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WNBA Seattle Storm visit White House
WNBA Seattle Storm visit White House
DATE: 2011/06/30::
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Seattle Storm: 2010 Championship Ring Ceremony.
Seattle Storm: 2010 Championship Ring Ceremony.
DATE: 2011/08/09::
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Sue Bird Top Ten Shots
Sue Bird Top Ten Shots
DATE: 2011/08/13::
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WNBA - New York vs Chicago
WNBA - New York vs Chicago
DATE: 2008/12/09::
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Seattle Storm History - Volume 4: 2004
Seattle Storm History - Volume 4: 2004
DATE: 2009/09/08::
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Arik Korman interviews Seattle Storm Superstar Sue Bird
Arik Korman interviews Seattle Storm Superstar Sue Bird
DATE: 2012/06/05::
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WNBA Camp Song Girls Session Two
WNBA Camp Song Girls Session Two
DATE: 2011/08/05::
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Seattle Storm - Game Day with Swin Cash
Seattle Storm - Game Day with Swin Cash
DATE: 2009/07/27::
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Tulsa Shock profile - Betty Lennox
Tulsa Shock profile - Betty Lennox
DATE: 2011/08/15::
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2008 WNBA Season Preview-Indiana Fever
2008 WNBA Season Preview-Indiana Fever
DATE: 2008/05/09::
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US = UConn Basketball Team
US = UConn Basketball Team
DATE: 2012/07/31::
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Katie Douglas in Lithuania
Katie Douglas in Lithuania
DATE: 2007/05/07::
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Sue Bird Sets a New Goal
Sue Bird Sets a New Goal
DATE: 2011/10/10::
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The Women's National Basketball Association All-Decade Team was chosen in 2006 on the occasion of the 10th anniversary and 10th season of the WNBA[1] from amongst 30 nominees compiled by the league by fan, media, coach, and player voting. The team was to comprise the 10 best and most influential players of the first decade of the WNBA, with consideration also accorded to sportsmanship, community service, leadership, and contribution to the growth of women's basketball; only players to have competed in the WNBA were eligible, but extra-league achievements were considered.

Nine of the first team selections won Olympic gold medals with Team USA, and eight won league championships, including three—Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Sheryl Swoopes, and Tina Thompson—who won four consecutive titles with the Houston Comets. Of the ten first-team honorees, only Cooper, who, having retired in 2000 to become head coach of the Phoenix Mercury, played four games during the 2003 season before finally ending her playing career, was not an active player when the team was announced. Swoopes, Thompson, and Lisa Leslie (Los Angeles Sparks) were the only three first team selections to have been drafted in 1997 and to have played in each of the ten seasons of the WNBA. Thompson and Leslie were among the six players who only played on one team their entire careers.

Players selected[edit]

All-Decade Team[edit]

  • Note: all information only pertains to the first ten seasons of the league's existence.

Honorable mention[edit]

  • Each woman, save Lauren Jackson (Australia), won her Olympic medal(s) competing for the United States.
  • The inaugural WNBA All-Star Game took place during the 1999 season, and the game has been contested yearly since, although the 2004 edition was supplanted by a game between WNBA players from both conferences and the 2004 United States Olympic team. Appearances in the 2004 game are still considered All-Star appearances.
  • Players who were voted to start in all-star games but were unable to play due to injury are nevertheless considered to have been starters; players voted as reserves who started in place of other injured players are nevertheless considered to have been reserves.

Other finalists[edit]

1 Retired at time of All-Decade Team announcement.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ The WNBA was founded in 1996, but did not play its first season until 1997.

External links[edit]

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