2004 WNBA Player Chat Archive

12/29: San Antonio's Tai Dillard
11/30: Sting coach Trudi Lacey
10/10: 2004 VGM Winner at the Finals
10/8: Diana Taurasi and Nikki Teasley at the Finals
10/7: Katie Douglas: The Finals
10/6: Sun coach Mike Thibault
10/5: Connecticut's Lindsay Whalen
10/1: Betty Lennox: Round 2
9/28: Elena Baranova: Round 1
8/27: Washington's Alana Beard and Murriel Page
8/26: Detroit coach Bill Laimbeer
8/25: New York coach Pat Coyle
8/24: Tamika Catchings from Athens
8/19: Minnesota coach Suzie McConnell Serio
8/5: Minnesota's Katie Smith
7/29: Phoenix's Diana Taurasi
7/29: Detroit's Ruth Riley
7/13: Phoenix coach Carrie Graf
7/8: Detroit's Deanna Nolan
6/22: Los Angeles' Teresa Weatherspoon
6/15: Phoenix's Plenette Pierson
5/26: Val Ackerman and Diana Taurasi
5/12: Washington's Alana Beard
5/12: Phoenix's Nikki McCray
5/7: Detroit's Chandi Jones
5/6: New York's Shameka Christon
5/6: Indiana's Ebony Hoffman
4/19: San Antonio's Adrienne Goodson
4/17: WNBA President Val Ackerman
4/17: Minnesota's Tamika Williams
4/17: Complete 2004 WNBA Draft Transcript
4/15: Detroit's Bill Laimbeer
4/8: Charlotte's Olympia Scott-Richardson
3/24: Charlotte's Trudi Lacey
3/11: Phoenix's Anna Deforge
2/18: Detroit's Merlakia Jones
2/15: Sue and Swin at NBA All-Star
2/6: New Phoenix Mercury Owners
2/5: Phoenix's Penny Taylor
2/3: New York's Ann Wauters
1/30: Connecticut's Katie Douglas
1/23: Connecticut's Brooke Wyckoff
1/21: Phoenix's Adrian Williams
1/18: Connectiut's Debbie Black
1/16: Detroit's Swin Cash
1/11: Washington's Chasity Melvin
1/8: Phoenix GM Chris Sienko

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