Cheryl Ford holds numerous records in the WNBA.
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Shock, WNBA, ABL and WBL Statistics To Be Unveiled Throughout Offseason
Statistical Warehouse Open for Business

Auburn Hills, MI – What are the top ten single-season scoring marks in WNBA history? Which player has the most career assists when combining WNBA and ABL statistics? Were Cheryl Ford’s 363 rebounds in 2006 the most ever by a professional women’s basketball player in the United States?

Answers to these questions and more are readily available now that the Detroit Shock Statistical Warehouse has gone live at

Throughout the WNBA offseason, at least five new statistical categories will be added to the site each week. The Warehouse will serve as an area where fans and media alike can access a variety of previously difficult to find team and league statistics including single-season and career marks for the Shock and the WNBA, as well as the defunct American Basketball League (ABL) and Women’s Professional Basketball League (WBL).

This week’s statistical categories include the top-25 single-season scoring marks in WNBA history and the career assist and three-point field goal leaders when combining WNBA and ABL figures.

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