Sue Bird
Seattle Storm:
2002-present
12.8
5.9
2.9
ppg
apg
rpg
-4-time All-WNBA (1st)
-2004 WNBA champion
Tamika Catchings
Indiana Fever:
2001-present
17.3
3.7
8.0
2.4
ppg
apg
rpg
spg
-Fever career leader in pts, reb., ast, stl,and blk.
Cynthia Cooper
Houston Comets:
1997-2000, 2003
21.0
4.9
3.2
ppg
apg
rpg
-Career ppg leader
-4-time WNBA champion
Yolanda Griffith
Sacramento Monarchs:
1999-present
15.5
1.3
8.8
ppg
bpg
rpg
-1999 MVP
-2005 WNBA champion
Lauren Jackson
Seattle Storm:
2001-present
18.6
7.8
2.1
ppg
rpg
bpg
-2003 MVP
-2004 WNBA champion
Lisa Leslie
L.A. Sparks:
1997-present
17.4
9.4
2.3
ppg
rpg
bpg
-2-time M.V.P.
-2-time WNBA champion
-All-time leading scorer
Katie Smith
Minnesota Lynx:
1999-2005
Detroit Shock:
2005-present
17.0
3.2
2.4
ppg
rpg
apg
-4-time All-WNBA
Dawn Staley
Charlotte Sting:
1999-2005
Houston Comets:
2005-present
8.5
5.2
2.0
ppg
apg
rpg
-3-time WNBA All-Star
Sheryl Swoopes
Houston Comets:
1997-present
17.0
3.4
5.0
2.3
ppg
apg
rpg
spg
-3-time M.V.P.
-4-time WNBA champion
-3-time Defensive POY
Tina Thompson
Houston Comets:
1997-present
15.6
1.5
6.6
1.0
ppg
apg
rpg
spg
-4-time WNBA champion
-4-time All-Star
-7-time All-WNBA

Honorable Mention

Ruthie Bolton
Sacramento Monarchs:
1997-2004
Chamique Holdsclaw
Washington Mystics:
1999-2004
Los Angeles Sparks:
2005-Current
Ticha Penicheiro
Sacramento Monarchs:
1998-present
Diana Taurasi
Phoenix Mercury:
2004-present
Teresa Weatherspoon
New York Liberty:
1997-2003
Los Angeles Sparks:
2004

They Said It

Sue Bird: "I am extremely honored and excited to be selected to the WNBA All-Decade Team. It was just an honor to be chosen for the initial list of 30 nominees, but then to make the top ten is amazing. This is a great group of talented women and this is truly one of the great accomplishments and highlights of my career."

Tamika Catchings: "It makes me feel good to know that people have followed me and respect me that much fo rme to be on the first All-Decade Team. It's certainly an honor to be involved with so many players who helped start the league. I think it's even more important to recognize some of the players even before the WNBA - people like Cheryl Miller, [Nancy] Lieberman, Ann Meyers. They are the ones who really helped get the ball rolling. They helped the WNBA get started and now it's our job to keep it going."

More

Video

The Tulsa War Room

Go inside the Tulsa war room as the Shock select Odyssey Sims with the second overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft.

Katie Douglas on 1st Overall Pick

Katie Douglas talks about welcoming the first overall pick, Chiney Ogwumike to the Connecticut Sun.

2014 WNBA Draft Bus Q and A

Chelsea Gray leads an entertaining Q and A on the bus with fellow members of her draft class.

Ogwumike and Sims Share Draft Night Excitement

Chiney Ogwumike amd Odyssey Sims share a moment of excitement after their 2014 WNBA Draft experience.

WNBA Draft: Pick 11

The Connecticut Sun select Chelsea Gray from Duke University with the eleventh pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft.