Eva Nemcova

Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-3/178
Born: 12/03/72
From: Czech Republic

WNBA CAREER AVERAGES
11.8 ppg | 3.5 rpg | 1.9 apg



Complete WNBA Statistics


CAREER AVERAGES
YEAR TEAM G GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF RPG APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG
 1997 CLE 28 28 33.7 .473 .435 .855 .80 3.10 3.90 2.4 1.39 .29 2.79 1.90 13.7
 1998 CLE 30 30 32.4 .468 .452 .893 .90 2.80 3.70 2.2 1.10 .70 2.13 2.60 12.0
 1999 CLE 31 28 29.8 .419 .366 .984 .90 2.80 3.70 1.6 1.00 .71 2.61 1.60 11.1
 2000 CLE 14 14 31.6 .409 .408 .917 .60 2.30 2.90 1.6 1.07 .57 1.93 2.10 13.2
 2001 CLE 8 2 14.1 .342 .200 .625 .10 1.10 1.30 1.0 .25 .63 .75 1.10 4.3
 Career 111 102 30.6 .442 .402 .897 .80 2.70 3.50 1.9 1.08 .58 2.31 2.00 11.8
 Playoff 3 3 30.7 .321 .200 1.000 1.30 1.70 3.00 4.7 .67 .67 2.67 3.30 7.0

CAREER TOTALS
YEAR TEAM G GS MIN FGM-A 3P FTM-A OFF DEF TOT AST STL BLK TO PF PTS
 1997 CLE 28 28 944 138-292 37-85 71-83 23 87 110 67 39 8 78 53 384
 1998 CLE 30 30 972 132-282 28-62 67-75 28 83 111 67 33 21 64 77 359
 1999 CLE 31 28 925 124-296 34-93 62-63 27 87 114 50 31 22 81 50 344
 2000 CLE 14 14 443 67-164 29-71 22-24 9 32 41 23 15 8 27 29 185
 2001 CLE 8 2 113 13-38 3-15 5-8 1 9 10 8 2 5 6 9 34
 Career 111 102 3,397 474-1,072 131-326 227-253 88 298 386 215 120 64 256 218 1,306
 Playoff 3 3 92 9-28 1-5 2-2 4 5 9 14 2 2 8 10 21

WNBA Notes

Career Highlights: Ended her WNBA consecutive free throws made record at 66 vs. the Miracle (6/7) on a technical free throw during the 2000 season. Against Orlando (6/7/00), scored a career-high tying 23 points on 9-22 FG (career-high 22 FGA), including 5-12 three-point FG (both career-highs). Ranked third in the WNBA in three-point FG% during the 2000 season. Ranked 1st in WNBA in free throw percentage with .984 (62-of-63). Became the 9th WNBA player to tally 1,000 points against Orlando (8/4/99). Named to the WNBA’s First-Team during the 1997 season.

Bio



Personal: Decided to pursue a professional career at age 18. Favorite place to play is Bourges, France. The youngest of three children of Jivina and Zdenek Nemcova. Played at the 1992 Olympic Games. Family has long Olympic tradition: mother has participated in three Olympic Games and father has participated in one Olympic Games, both were track and field athletes. Daily workout routine includes stretching, ballhandling, shooting and weight lifting. Speaks French, Italian, English and some Russian. Would like to vacation by the ocean. Enjoys music, watching movies and walking during her spare time. Also plays handball, volleyball and football, and rides a mountain bike.

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