2nd Annual Golden Maddies: Best Off The Bench

The nominees for the second annual Golden Maddies Best Off The Bench (Oscar equivalent: Actress In A Supporting Role) are as follows. Cast your vote at the bottom of the page and stay tuned for the next category.

PLAYER

2008 HIGHLIGHTS

#22 | Guard | Ashley Battle: Appeared in all 34 regular season games ... Averaged 3.6 points, 1.6 rebounds and 0.7 assists per outing ... Netted a season-high 17 points twice over the summer, first when the Liberty together scored 100-plus points for the first time in franchise history against the Mercury on June 22 at The Garden ... Posted 10-plus points three times and grabbed five-plus rebounds one time ... Led the team in scoring once ... Appeared in all six post-season match-ups, averaging 3.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game.
Note : Nominee, Best Off The Bench, 1st Annual Golden Maddies

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#50 | Center | Jessica Davenport: Appeared in 14 regular season games with three starts ... Due to an injury, was on the inactive list for 19 games, with one DNP (coach's decision) ... Averaged 4.6 points, 2.9 rebounds and 0.3 assists per game ... Scored 10-plus points in three consecutive games and collected five-plus boards in four consecutive match-ups... Tied career high of 15 points on September 9 against San Antonio ... Recorded first career double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds in win over the Sky on September 12 ... Appeared in four of the Liberty's six Playoff games, averaging 2.5 points and 1.3 rebounds per game.
Note : Nominee, Best Off The Bench, 1st Annual Golden Maddies

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#3 | Forward | Tiffany Jackson: Appeared in 25 regular season games ... Missed the final nine match-ups of the regular season due to injury ... Averaged career best in points (8.3) and rebounds (5.7), with 1.0 assists per game ... Scored 10-plus points eight times and grabbed five-plus boards 17 times spanning the summer ... Led the team in scoring four times and rebounds nine times ... Scored career-high 21 points while shooting eight-for-eight and leading New York to victory on June 22 against Phoenix ... Those 21 points were part of the Liberty's 62 reserve points that made a new WNBA record for most points scored by a bench ... Missed New York's post-season run because of injury.
Note : Winner , Best Off The Bench, 1st Annual Golden Maddies
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#24 | Forward | Erlana Larkins: Appeared in 27 regular season games ... Had one DNP (coach's decision) and was on the inactive list six times ... Averaged 4.8 points, 2.7 rebounds and 0.7 assists per game in rookie campaign ... Posted 10-plus points four times and pulled down five or more rebounds six times ... Led the Liberty in scoring once and rebounding twice ... Season high of 13 points came twice in the summer, in games against San Antonio and Detroit ... Appeared in all six of New York's Playoff match-ups and led the bench in scoring by averaging 4.3 points, 4.8 rebounds and 0.2 assists per outing.
Note: First Time Nominee

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#23 | Guard | Leilani Mitchell: Appeared in all 34 regular season games with five starts ... Averaged 3.9 points, 1.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game in rookie campaign ... Ranked second in the WNBA for assist per turnover ratio with a 2.49 average ... Scored in double figures twice ... In first career start, netted career high 18 points on six-for-six field shooting and handed out a then career-high seven assists in win over the Comets on June 6 ... Two days later, dished out career-high eight assists against Sacramento ... Led the team in assists nine times through the summer ... Appeared in all six Playoff games, averaging 4.8 points and 1.3 assists per outing ... Scored post-season career-high 14 games in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals against Detroit.
Note : First Time Nominee
#40 | Guard | Lisa Willis: Appeared in all 34 regular season games with one start ... Averaged 5.6 points, 1.7 rebounds and 0.4 assists per game ... Posted in double figures and grabbed five-plus rebounds three times ... Career-high of 22 points came on September 2 in thrilling overtime victory in Houston when she went five for seven from the three-point line ... Finished the regular season ranked as the WNBA's No.1 three-point field goal shooter with a .468 shooting percentage ... Appeared in all six post-season games.
Note: Nominee, Best Off The Bench, 1st Annual Golden Maddies

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