WNBA Photo Galleries: Playoffs 2005
| All-Star 2005
Aug. 30: Houston's Sheryl Swoopes is recognized as the WNBA's top scorer|
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Aug. 31: Detroit's Deanna Nolan|
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Sept. 1: Indiana's Natalie Williams|
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Sept. 2: Sacramento's Yolanda Griffith|
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Sept. 3: The Comets celebrate their victory|
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