2009 In Review: Sidney Spencer

How those summer months breeze by and another Liberty season is in the books again. As the weather transitions into fall and players begin to part ways en route to off-season endeavors, NYLiberty.com is handing in its season homework – a final report, which takes a look back at how each member of the team faired in the franchise's 13th summer. Today’s chapter of the report looks at guard Sidney Spencer.

Season High Category Opp-Date
29 Minutes @ DET, 9/10
15 Points @ CHI, 7/22
4 Rebounds @ MN, 6/23
3 Assists PHX, 7/26
1 Steals 6X, 9/13
1 Blocks WAS, 9/13

Season: 3rd
Position: Guard
PPG: 3.0
RPG: 1.2
APG: 0.5
MPG: 10.3

THE SKINNY: Spencer appeared in 33 games this season, for the second time in her career. She posted in double figures once, led the team in scoring once and led in assists twice.

ON THE RISE: Spencer saw an increase from last season in her three-point shooting during her New York debut, gunning .386-percent.

BREAKOUT GAME: Her barrage of three-pointers off the bench on July 22nd in the Windy City helped the Liberty overcome an eight-point fourth quarter deficit against the Sky. A five-of-six performance from long-range led to a season-high 15 points and New York's second road victory of the summer.

Review more of Spencer's ride through the 2009 season and previous season via her WNBA.com Playerfile.

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