Seattle's Lauren Jackson Joins WNBA's 20/20 Club

Seattle's Lauren Jackson has joined the WNBA's elite 20/20 club.
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NEW YORK, August 1 -- Seattle Storm forward Lauren Jackson became the fourth player in WNBA history to score 20 or more points and grab 20 or more rebounds in the same game.

During Seattle's 69-54 win over the Charlotte Sting last night, Jackson scored 23 points and grabbed a Storm-record 20 rebounds in the victory.

PLAYER
DATE
POINTS/REBOUNDS
Lauren Jackson July 31, 200323 points / 20 rebounds
Chamique Holdsclaw May, 23 200322 points / 24 rebounds
Lisa Leslie July 22, 200224 points / 21 rebounds
Chamique Holdsclaw June 25, 200229 points / 21 rebounds
Natalie Williams June 22, 200222 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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