2003 WNBA Player Chat Archive

12/18: Charlotte's Andrea Stinson
12/16: Phoenix's Kayte Christensen
12/5: New York's Becky Hammon
9/14: All WNBA Finals Chat
9:10: Val Ackerman
9/5: Charlotte's Dawn Staley
8/29: New York's Becky Hammon
8/28: Phoenix's Adrian Williams
8/6: Sacramento's Edna Campbell
8/1: Minnesota's Katie Smith
7/28: Phoenix's Lisa Harrison
7/28: Liberty alum Sue Wicks
7/12: All-Star MVP Nikki Teasley
7/11: 2003 WNBA All-Stars
7/10: Sun's Shannon Johnson
7/9: Los Angeles' Lisa Leslie
7/9: WNBA's Val Ackerman
7/9: Phoenix's Adrian Williams
7/3: Connecticut's Rebecca Lobo
7/2: New York's Becky Hammon
7/1: Houston's Sheryl Swoopes
6/24: Taj McWilliams-Franklin
6/13: Cleveland's Dan Hughes
6/13: Minnesota's M. Van Gorp
6/9: Charlotte's Jodi Hopkins
6/6: Svetlana Abrosimova
6/4: Washington's Asjha Jones
6/4: Charlotte's Trudi Lacey
5/30: Minnesota's Janell Burse
5/29: New York's T. Whitmore
5/27: WNBA's Val Ackerman
5/23: Minnesota's Katie Smith
5/23: New York's Vickie Johnson
5/20: Washington's Aiysha Smith
4/14: Phoenix's John Shumate
3/28: San Antonio's Jen Azzi
2/17: Mystics' Marianne Stanley
2/8: Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes
2/3: Minnesota's McConnell Serio
2/1: Seattle coach Anne Donovan
1/17: Cleveland's Helen Darling
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Video

USA Basketball Womenís National Team: Capturing the Gold

An all access look at the teamís journey through the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women culminating in their gold medal win

Nneka Ogwumike and Breanna Stewart: Off Day in Istanbul

During a break in their busy game schedule, Nneka Ogwumike and Breanna Stewart took a tour through Istanbulís world famous spice market

Through The Lens: USA Women's National Team Takes Gold!

Look at all of the highlights from the U.S. Women's National Team's gold medal winning performance versus Spain in the 2014 FIBA World Championship.

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Penny Taylor scored 13 points to lead Australia over Turkey in the third place game at the 2014 FIBA World Championship.

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Maya Moore scored 18 points to lead the United States over Spain in the 2014 FIBA World Championship Final.