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WNBA Update: Sept. 24

Sept. 24, 2013



PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK

Candace Parker
F/C // Los Angeles

Years Pro: 6
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Sept. 19-23 vs. Phoenix, Conference Semi-finals


Min FG 3pt FG FT Reb Ast Stl Pts
34 8-13 0-5 2-5 7 1 1 18
38 13-24 0-1 5-6 11 3 2 31
34 8-16 0-5 2-5 7 1 1 18

THIS WEEK IN THE WNBA

Tamika Catchings
F // Indiana

Years Pro: 12
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In a shortened two-game conference semi-final series, Indiana beat Chicago 85-72 and 79-57. Catchings was 4-14 on field goals and 3-3 on free throws, with six rebounds, four assists and 11 points in game one. In game two, Catchings stepped up her game, making six field goals, six free throws, 12 rebounds and two assists, while scoring 18 points in 30 minutes of play. Indiana will play Atlanta, with games scheduled for Sept. 26, 29 and Oct. 1.

Alexis Hornbuckle
G // Phoenix

Years Pro: 6
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In a deciding game three against Los Angeles, Phoenix finalized the next round of playoffs after a 78-77 win. In game two, Hornbuckle played for 4:46 and recorded one assist. In game three, she tallied two rebounds and two assists. Phoenix will advance to play Minnesota Sept. 29.

Glory Johnson
F // Tulsa

Years Pro: 2
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Johnson's season with the Shocks ended in the final game of the regular season and did not advance to the playoffs.

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. The Sun's season ended in the final game of the regular season and did not advance to playoffs.

Candace Parker
F/C // Los Angeles

Years Pro: 6
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In the third of three games against Phoenix, the Sparks lost in the last seconds 78-77 against Phoenix. In game one, Parker led the Sparks handily with 28 points, going 11-19 on field goals and recording eight rebounds. In game two, the Sparks beat the Mercury 82-73, while Parker led again, tallying 31 points, 11 rebounds and three assists. In game, three, Parker shot the Sparks to the lead in the final seconds, but Phoenix got in the last shot to win by a point. Parker scored 18 points with seven rebounds.

Ashley Robinson
C // Seattle

Years Pro: 9
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

In the Storm's final two games of the playoffs, Robinson played for nine minutes in game one, recording one rebound. In its second game, she played seven minutes and got one rebound.

Michelle Snow
C // Washington

Years Pro: 12
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

After winning the first of three games in conference semi-finals, Washington did not advance in the playoffs after two losses to Atlanta. In game one, Snow was three-for-seven on field goals, with eight rebounds and six points. In game two, she recorded six rebounds and in game three, Snow scored four points and had three rebounds.

Shekinna Stricklen
G/F // Seattle

Years Pro: 2
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Starting at forward and guard in the first round of playoffs, Stricklen recorded four rebounds, three assists and two points in the Storm's loss to Minnesota. In its second game of conference semifinals, she had a rebound, two assists and three points. Seattle's season ended after two losses to Minnesota.

Kamiko Williams
G // New York

Years Pro: Rookie
WNBA.com Bio | Stats

Williams' season with the Liberty ended in the final game of the regular season and did not advance to the playoffs.


 

 

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