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Andrea Stinson | 7
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2006
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Position:  G
Born: Nov 25, 1967
Height: 5-10 /  1,78
Weight: 158  lbs. / 71,7  kg.
College : North Carolina State '91
Career Highlights
  • Named to the Eastern Conference All-Star Team in 2001
  • Led Charlotte in scoring for the fifth straight season in 2001
  • Became the fourth player in league history to score 2,000 career points in 2001
  • Set team records for points and field goals made and attempts in 2000
  • Named to the All-WNBA Second Team in 1998
  • Only player in the league with 400 points, 125 rebounds and 120 assists in 1997 and 1998
  • Finished second to Cynthia Cooper in the WNBA MVP voting and named to the All-WNBA Second Team in 1997
  • A three-time Italian League All-Star for Parma (1994-95), Cesena (1995-96) and Thiene (1996-97)
  • Finished her NC State career third in scoring (2,136), third in field goals (917), third in steals (286), sixth in assists (402) and sixth in blocked shots (84)
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    BACKGROUND

    2002:
    Named to the Eastern Conference All-Star Team…Set a career-high with 12 rebounds on July 24 at Cleveland…Recorded the fifth double-double of her WNBA career with a season-high 27 points and 10 rebounds on June 19 vs. Washington…Notched a new career best and team best for field goals made (12) on June 19…Led Charlotte in scoring for the sixth straight season…Led the Sting in scoring 11 times, in rebounding 14 times and in assists six times…Playoffs Averaged 15.0 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists in two games…Shot 48.0% from the floor during the playoffs.

    2001:
    Named to the Eastern Conference All-Star Team . . . Led Charlotte in scoring for the fifth straight season . . . Finished fifth in the league in three-point field goal percentage, tenth in field goal percentage and 11th in scoring . . . Scored in double figures 24 times and scored 10+ points nine times tying her own franchise record . . . Led the Sting in scoring 15 times, in rebounding five times and in assists six times . . . Named WNBA Player of the Week for the week ending August 12 . . . Became the fourth player in league history to score 2,000 career points . . . Picked up the fourth double-double of her career with 10 points and a career-high 11 rebounds at Portland on June 22 . . . Playoffs Led the team in scoring (12.0), rebounding (6.1) and steals (1.63) while hitting 38.5 percent of her three-point field goal attempts.

    2000:
    Led Charlotte in scoring (17.7) setting team records for points and field goals made and attempts in the process . . . Finished seventh in the league in scoring, ninth in assists (3.8), 19th in three point field goal percentage (36.5), 15th in steals (1.72), and seventh in minutes played (35.1) . . . Established a Sting record by scoring 33 points vs. Washington on July 26 . . . Opened the season by scoring in double figures in 18 straight games and in a team-record 20 straight games dating back to the 1999 season . . . Following a four-point performance at Cleveland on July 10, she ended the season by scoring in double figures in 13 straight games . . . Led or tied for the team lead in scoring on 20 occasions, in rebounding five times and in assists four times . . . Scored 20 or more points on nine occasions.

    1999:
    Ranked 14th in the league in scoring (13.6), 15th in assists (2.9), 17th in field goal percentage (46.0) and 17th in minutes played (32.5) . . . Scored the 1,000th point of her career at Orlando on July 3 . . . Led or tied for the team lead in scoring on 12 occasions . . . Reached double figures in scoring 26 times . . . Led the team in scoring, was second in assists, blocks and minutes played, and was third in steals . . . Scored a season-high 27 points at Detroit on July 28 . . . Playoffs Averaged 20.8 points, 7.5 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 2.75 steals while hitting 50-percent of her field goal attempts (32-of-64) in four games . . . Grabbed 14 rebounds at Detroit on August 24, adding 16 points, five steals and four assists . . . Averaged 22.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists while hitting 52-percent of her field goal attempts (26-of-50) during the three game Eastern Conference Finals series against the New York Liberty . . . Scored a Sting playoff record 27 points at New York on August 29.

    1998:
    Named to the All-WNBA Second Team . . . Ranked seventh in the league in scoring (15.0), 25th in rebounding (4.6), seventh in assists (4.5), 20th in three point field goal percentage (28.2), 23rd in free throw percentage (75.0), seventh in steals (1.80), 20th in blocks (0.50), third in minutes played (34.9) and seventh in assists-to-turnover ratio (1.74) . . . Led team in assists for the second straight season . . . Only player in the league with 400 points, 125 rebounds and 120 assists (accomplished this feat in 1997 as well). . . Named WNBA Player of the Week for games played June 21-28 when she averaged 20.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 2.67 steals as the team went 3-0 . . . Playoffs Averaged 14.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 6.5 assists and 2.00 steals in Charlotte’s first-round playoff series with Houston.

    1997:
    Finished second to Cynthia Cooper in the WNBA MVP voting . . . Named to the All-WNBA Second Team . . . Ranked seventh in the league in scoring (15.7), 13th in rebounding (5.5), seventh in assists (4.4), 11th in three-pointers made (25), eighth in blocks (0.71), second in minutes played (36.1) and eighth in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.25) . . . Named WNBA Player of the Week for games played July 7-14 when she averaged 18.8 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.8 assists . . . Set what was then the WNBA single-game scoring mark with 29 points vs. the New York Liberty on July 9 . . . Playoffs Scored eight points and handed out three assists at Houston on August 28.

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
    A veteran of nine seasons of European professional basketball (1992-97, 1998-2002)...Played for Galatasaray in Istanbul, Turkey for the past three seasons...Made the finals in 1999-2000 and the semifinals in 1998-99...A three-time Italian League All-Star for Parma (1994-95), Cesena (1995-96) and Thiene (1996-97)...Played two season (1992-94) for Tarbes in France...Selected to play on the 1989 World Championship qualifying Team, the 1990 and 1992 USA Select National Teams, the 1991 bronze-medal winning Pan American Team and the 1992 Olympic Trials Team.

    COLLEGE:
    Led team and Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring for three straight seasons (1998-91) . . . Finished her NC State career third in scoring (2,136), third in field goals (917), third in steals (286), sixth in assists (402) and sixth in blocked shots (84) . . . Holds school records for most points (50) and field goals (21) in a game (vs. Providence on December 3, 1989) and most points (752) and field goals (320) in a season . . . Selected to the 1989 All-Mideast Regional Team and the 1990 All-Midwest Regional Team . . . Other honors include 1990 and 1991 All-ACC, All-ACC Tournament and Kodak All-America Teams and 1990 ACC Player of the Year and Tournament MVP . . . Majored in communications.


    PERSONAL

  • Full name is Andrea Maria Stinson
  • Selected to play on the WNBA Touring Teams which competed in the US in the Fall of 2000 and in Italy and France in the Fall of 1997
  • Teamed up with Glen Rice to compete in the Nestle Crunch 2ball competition at the 1998 NBA All-Star Game
  • Began playing basketball when she was seven
  • Was nicknamed “Miss Jordan” in high school
  • Favorite NBA player is Shawn Kemp
  • Is one of nine children.



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