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."

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