2004 Courtside Countdown-Seventh Edition

This Week's Top Ten
The WNBA's top 10 plays of the week -- the "Courtside Countdown" -- can be seen worldwide each week on WNBA Action. (Check your local listings).

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10. Lisa Leslie suddenly is wide open and hits the game-winner.
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9. Sue Bird hits three-pointer and gets fouled.
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8. T-Spoon makes the steal in the open floor and feeds the pass.
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7. Rookie Diana Taurasi makes the steal and buries the three-pointer.
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6. Katie Smith beats the shot clock with the three-pointer.
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5. Kara Lawson beats the first-half buzzer with a floater.
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4. Vickie Johnson splits the double-team for the hoop.
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3. Chamique Holdsclaw finishes off the nice pass from Alana Beard.
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2. Ticha Penichiero finds Yolanda Griffith with the amazing look.
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1. Sue Bird finds a streaking Lauren Jackson with the no-look pass.
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