WNBA Podcast: 2011 SLAM Magazine Projections (No. 9)

WNBA.com's Frank Della Femina and SLAM Magazine's Ben York discuss the latest addition to SLAM's Top 20 WNBA Player Projections for the 2011 season.

No. 9 on the list reached all new career highs in field-goal percentage (51 percent), three-point percentage (44 percent) and assists per game (5.0) on top of her average of 15.9 points per game during the 2010 season.

Make room on the list for Phoenix's Penny Taylor. Read Ben's SLAM Online piece.


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Top 20 SLAM Magazine Projections for 2011
Number Player SLAM Article Podcast
10 Alana Beard Top 20: Alana Beard (10) Podcast: No. 10
11 Becky Hammon Top 20: Becky Hammon (11) Podcast: No. 11
12 Swin Cash Top 20: Swin Cash (12) Podcast: No. 12
13 Tina Charles Top 20: Tina Charles (13) Podcast: No. 13
14 Candice Dupree Top 20: Candice Dupree (14) Podcast: No. 14
15 Sophia Young Top 20: Sophia Young (15) Podcast: No. 15
16 Seimone Augustus Top 20: Seimone Augustus (16) Podcast: No. 16
17 Tina Thompson Top 20: Tina Thompson (17) Podcast: No. 17
18 Lindsay Whalen Top 20: Lindsay Whalen (18) Podcast: No. 18
19 Crystal Langhorne Top 20: Crystal Langhorne (19) N/A
20 Katie Douglas Top 20: Katie Douglas (20) N/A
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