Los Angeles Sparks Point Guard Nikki Teasley Wins Cascade Dish & Assist Award
Introduced during the 2003 season, the Cascade Dish & Assist Award is given
to the league's leader in assists, with the winner receiving a one-year supply
of Cascade and a Tiffany trophy. Cascade, a brand of the Procter & Gamble
Company, sponsors Cascade Dish & Assist, a feature on nationally televised
WNBA games and online at WNBA.com.
Nikki Teasley, Los Angeles Sparks
Teasley’s career average of 5.6 assists per game is third on the WNBA’s career chart, and in just three seasons in the league, she has cracked the league’s top-15 in total career assists with 561.
2004 Cascade Dish & Assist – Final Statistics
Top Five: Assist Average
|1. Nikki Teasley||(Los Angeles Sparks)||34||207||6.1|
|2. Sue Bird||(Seattle Storm)||34||184||5.4|
|3. Dawn Staley||(Charlotte Sting)||34||171||5.0|
|4. Ticha Penicheiro||(Sacramento Monarchs)||33||163||4.9|
|5. Lindsay Whalen||(Connecticut Sun)||31||148||4.8|
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