Triple-Doubles, Dunks and 20-20 Games

Triple-Doubles in WNBA History

Regular Season

Sheryl SwoopesHouston CometsDetroit7/27/9914 points, 15 rebounds, 10 assists
Margo DydekUtah StarzzOrlando 6/7/0112 points, 11 rebounds, 10 blocks
Lisa LeslieLos Angeles SparksDetroit9/10/0429 points, 15 rebounds, 10 blocks
Deanna NolanDetroit ShockConnecticut5/21/0511 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists


Sheryl SwoopesHouston CometsSeattle9/4/0514 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists

Slam Dunks in WNBA History

Player Team Opp Date
Lisa Leslie Los Angeles Sparks Miami 7/30/02
Lisa Leslie West All-Stars East 7/9/05
Michelle Snow West All-Stars East 7/12/06
Candace Parker Los Angeles Sparks Indiana 6/22/08
Candace Parker Los Angeles Sparks Seattle 6/24/08
Sylvia Fowles East All-Stars West 7/25/09

20-point, 20-rebound games in WNBA History

Natalie Williams June 22, 2002 22 pts, 20 rebs
Chamique HoldsclawJune 25, 200229 pts, 21 rebs
Lisa Leslie July 22, 200224 pts, 21 rebs
Chamique HoldsclawMay 23, 200322 pts, 24 rebs
Lauren JacksonJuly 31, 200323 pts, 20 rebs
Cheryl FordMay 22, 200421 pts, 22 rebs
Michelle SnowAugust 4, 200621 pts, 23 rebs
Sancho LyttleJune 19, 201020 pts, 20 rebs
Tina CharlesJuly 7, 201027 pts, 20 rebs
Tina CharlesJune 28, 201122 pts, 23 rebs
Tina CharlesJune 17, 201223 pts, 22 rebs
Nneka OgwumikeJuly 12, 201222 pts, 20 rebs
Sylvia FowlesMay 31, 201324 pts, 22 rebs
Sylvia FowlesAugust 18, 201320 pts, 21 rebs

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