WNBA Playoffs History: 1999

Liberty point guard Teresa Weatherspoon celebrates New York's Eastern Conference title.
1999 WNBA Playoffs Gallery

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1999 PLAYOFFS SCORING LEADERS
PLAYER
TEAM
PPG
Andrea Stinson Charlotte 20.8
Cynthia Cooper Houston 20.3
Lisa Leslie L.A. 19.0
Ruthie Bolton Sacramento 15.0
Sheryl Swoopes Houston 14.7
REBOUNDING LEADERS
PLAYER
TEAM
RPG
Latasha Byears Sacramento 10.0
Wendy Palmer Detroit 9.0
Lisa Leslie L.A. 8.5
Kym Hampton New York 7.8
Andrea Stinson Charlotte 7.5
ASSISTS LEADERS
PLAYER
TEAM
APG
Teresa Weatherspoon New York 7.5
Cynthia Cooper Houston 6.8
Gordana Grubin L.A. 5.8
Dawn Staley Charlotte 5.8
Andrea Stinson Charlotte 4.3
The Comets Continue Their Reign
For the third time in three years, the Houston Comets raised the Championship trophy above their collective heads. The 60-47 victory over the New York Liberty in Game 3 of the WNBA Championship ended a long and emotional season for the Comets.

First Round
- Charlotte defeats Detroit, 1-0
Charlotte 60, Detroit 54 (Aug. 24)
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- Los Angeles defeats Sacramento, 1-0
L.A. 71, Sacramento 58 (Aug. 24)
Highlights: 56k | 300k

Conference Finals
- Houston defeats Los Angeles, 2-1
Los Angeles 75, Houston 60 (Aug. 26)
Houston 83, Los Angeles 55 (Aug. 29)
Houston 72, Los Angeles 62 (Aug. 30)
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- New York defeats Charlotte, 2-1
Charlotte 78, New York 67 (Aug. 27)
New York 74, Charlotte 70 (Aug. 29)
New York 69, Charlotte 54 (Aug. 30)
Highlights: 56k | 300k

Championship
- Houston defeats New York, 2-1
Houston 73, New York 60 (Sept. 2)
New York 68, Houston 67 (Sept. 4)
Houston 59, New York 47 (Sept. 5)
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