Postseason Awards: 2000

All-WNBA Teams
All-WNBA First Team
Sheryl Swoopes, Forward, Houston Comets
Natalie Williams, Forward, Utah Starzz
Lisa Leslie, Center, Los Angeles Sparks
Cynthia Cooper, Guard, Houston Comets
Ticha Penicheiro, Guard, Sacramento Monarchs

All-WNBA Second Team
Katie Smith, Forward, Minnesota Lynx
Tina Thompson, Forward, Houston Comets
Yolanda Grifith, Center, Sacramento Monarchs
Teresa Weatherspoon, Guard, New York Liberty
T - Betty Lennox, Minnesota Lynx and Shannon Johnson, Orlando Miracle, Guard

Defensive Player of the Year
Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets

Coach of the Year
Michael Cooper, Los Angeles Sparks

WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Buick
Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets

Rookie of the Year
Betty Lennox, Minnesota Lynx

Most Improved Player
Tari Phillips, New York Liberty

Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award presented by American General
Suzie McConnell Serio, Cleveland Rockers

Bud Light Shooting Champions
Field Goal Percentage: Murriel Page, Washington Mystics
Free Throw Percentage: Jennifer Azzi, Utah Starzz

American Express Small Business Services WNBA Entrepreneurial Award
Monica Lamb , Houston Comets

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