Staley at the Buzzer:
In her last All-Star Game, Comets guard Dawn Staley hit the final shot at the buzzer to best Katie Douglas and win in the All-Star 3-Point Challenge.
Augustus Takes It:
Lynx rookie phenom Seimone Augustus had the best time and knocked off defending champion Sue Bird in the Dribble, Dish and Swish Challenge.
There are still tickets available, so come see the best players in the world in New York City.

Then see the All-Stars in your city this summer.
Diana Taurasi and teammate Cappie Pondexter have Phoenix clicking.
John Whisenant and Mike Thibault will serve as the head coaches for the Game.
Indiana's Tamika Catchings led throughout the All-Star balloting process.
Prior to the announcement, we broke down the top candidates: G | F | C
Summer Jam
July 12
33rd St & 7th Ave.
> FREE Admission!
> Autographs
> Fun and games
When in New York
All-Stars share their favorite things to do and see in New York.

On The Road: Ford
Detroit's Cheryl Ford spends much of her life traveling the world.

Doris Burke's All-Stars
ABC broadcaster Doris Burke gives her take on this year's All-Stars.

Linda Cohn's Report
Midway through the season, the ESPN anchor is quite impressed.

Ann Meyers' All-Stars
Hall-of-Famer Ann Meyers shares her take on this year's All-Stars.

Staley's Farewell Tour
Staley is an All-Star starter in her last season as a WNBA player.

All-Star Fan Forum
Read what WNBA fans had to say about the selections and the Game.

The WNBA Cares Auction is underway with proceeds going to WNBA Cares community partners. You can bid on great WNBA and NBA stuff!
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The WNBA All-Decade Team, composed of great champions, M.V.P.'s and Olympians, will be honored at the All-Star Game.

All-Decade honoree Teresa Weatherspoon loves the game and still burns to compete.
Phoenix
Mercury:
Taurasi, Cappie look to spice up the festivities

Charlotte
Sting:
Tangela Smith is finally an All-Star

Indiana
Fever:
Tamika Catchings to miss All-Star Game

Connecticut
Sun:
Eric Thibault blogs live from All-Star

Seattle
Storm:
Bird and Jackson are proud to be All-Stars

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