Seattle's Lauren Jackson Joins WNBA's 20/20 Club
Seattle's Lauren Jackson has joined the WNBA's elite 20/20 club. (Jeff Reinking/WNBAE/Getty Images) NEW YORK, August 1
-- Seattle Storm forward
became the fourth player in WNBA history to score 20 or more points and grab 20 or more rebounds in the same game.
69-54 win over the Charlotte Sting last night, Jackson scored 23 points and grabbed a Storm-record 20 rebounds in the victory.
Lauren Jackson July 31, 2003 23 points / 20 rebounds
Chamique Holdsclaw May, 23 2003 22 points / 24 rebounds
Lisa Leslie July 22, 2002 24 points / 21 rebounds
Chamique Holdsclaw June 25, 2002 29 points / 21 rebounds
Natalie Williams June 22, 2002 22 points / 20 rebounds
Jackson, a the third-year forward from Australia, is averaging 21.1 points and 8.1 rebounds per game so far this season and has twice been honored as the
WNBA Player of the Week
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