2003 WNBA Photo Galleries

Aug. 25: Seattle's Sue Bird drives to the basket in the Week Twelve Gallery.
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Aug. 5: San Antonio's Jennifer Azzi calls the play in the Week Eleven Gallery.
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Aug. 2: Minnesota's Katie Smith was all smiles after a win in the Week Ten Gallery.
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July 22: Washington's Chamique Holdsclaw drives to the hoop in the Week Nine Gallery.
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July 17: Seattle's Lauren Jackson celebrates a win over the Sun in the Week Eight Gallery.
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July 12: L.A.'s Nikki Teasley receives the All-Star MVP trophy in the Week Seven Gallery.
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July 2: Indiana's Tamika Catchings drives to the basket in the Week Six Gallery.
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June 22: Detroit's Swin Cash pulls down a rebound in the Week Five Gallery.
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June 20: Wendy Palmer's Sun endure a hair-raising loss to Indiana in Week Four Gallery.
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June 10: Becky Hammon goes in for two of her 28 points in the Week Three Gallery.
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June 5: Lisa Leslie shows off her 2002 championship ring in the Week Two Gallery.
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May 22: Sheryl Swoopes shoots over Sue Bird in the Week One Gallery.
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Shock rookie Cheryl Ford during the Shock's 2003 Media Day.
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Houston's Cooper, Thompson and Swoopes
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