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WNBA Update: Sept. 4

Sept. 4, 2013



PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK

Tamika Catchings
F // Indiana

Years Pro: 12
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

August 30 vs. New York


Min FG 3pt FG FT Reb Ast Stl Pts
33 8-18 4-6 2-2 10 1 3 22
*Eastern Conference Player of the Week
THIS WEEK IN THE WNBA

Tamika Catchings
F // Indiana

Years Pro: 12
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In Catchings' single game of the week on Friday, the starting forward recorded 22 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and was perfect from the free throw line. Catchings was named the WNBA's Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week of Aug. 26 through Sept. 1, 2013. The Fever's game against New York was Catchings' fifth double-double of the season and her Player of the Week award is the 20th of her career, a new WNBA record.

Alexis Hornbuckle
G // Phoenix

Years Pro: 6
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In Hornbuckle's seven minutes on the court against Connecticut Saturday night, she recorded three rebounds in Phoenix's 76-68 win.

Glory Johnson
F // Tulsa

Years Pro: 2
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Johnson recorded 16 points vs. San Antonio and 12 rebounds in Tulsa's 65-74 loss Friday night. In Sunday's matchup against New York, Johnson started at forward once again and recorded nine points and six rebounds in the Shock's 93-88 win.

Kara Lawson
G // Connecticut

Years Pro: 11
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Lawson hasn't played since the Sun's loss July 19 against Tulsa due to a knee injury.

Candace Parker
F/C // Los Angeles

Years Pro: 6
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In the Sparks' 91-78 win over the Connecticut Sun, Parker scored 28 points with six rebounds and seven assists. Against San Antonio, Parker recorded 12 points, 11 rebounds and six assists. Parker recorded 16 points, nine rebounds and eight assists in Los Angeles' 85-80 win over Atlanta. Parker was named the No. 1 prospect in Week 13 for the 2013 WNBA MVP Watch List.

Michelle Snow
C // Washington

Years Pro: 12
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Snow scored nine points and recorded six rebounds with two assists and two steals during Washington's 85-80 overtime win over the Atlanta Dream.

Shekinna Stricklen
G/F // Seattle

Years Pro: 2
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Stricklen helped the Storm in a one-point win over San Antonio 72-71 Saturday with six points and three rebounds. She scored 11 points with three rebounds against Connecticut and two points in Seattle's 74-97 loss to Minnesota.

Kamiko Williams
G // New York

Years Pro: Rookie
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Williams scored three points and recorded four rebounds, one assist and three steals against Minnesota and three points against Tulsa Sunday night.


 

 

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