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Coretta Brown | 14
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2006
Statistics
 PPG3.2
 RPG1.47
 APG1.7
 EFF+ 2.00
Position:  G
Born: Oct 21, 1980
Height: 5-9 /  1,75
Weight: 150  lbs. /  68,0  kg.
College : North Carolina '03
Career Highlights
  • Missed 16 of the Fever’s first 21 games in 2005 while rehabilitating from offseason arthroscopic surgery on her left knee.
  • Entered the game at San Antonio, 8/11, in the closing seconds of the first half and drilled a 3-pt FG that gave Indiana a seven-point lead at halftime. It was her first basket of the season
  • Scored 20 points or more three times as a rookie
  • Career high 26 points against Connecticut on June 26, 2003
  • Season- and career-high five assists in WNBA debut at Charlotte
  • Had at least two 3-pointers in six straight games as a rookie
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    BACKGROUND


    Brown enters her fourth WNBA season, hoping to return to the form as a rookie that saw her become one of the Fever’s most electric and exciting scorers…she is a slashing, hot-shooting perimeter player with excellent quickness…she underwent surgery for a lateral meniscus tear in her left knee in March 2005 and missed parts of last season due to rehabilitation…the only Fever not to play overseas during the 2005-06 offseason, Brown served an internship with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

    PRO–WNBA
    2005: Brown appeared in six games while totaling a career-low 23 minutes…she missed 16 of the Fever’s first 21 games while rehabilitating from offseason arthroscopic surgery on her left knee…she made two 3-pt field goals all season and did not attempt a shot from inside the arc…she entered the game at San Antonio, 8/11, in the closing seconds of the first half and drilled a 3-pt FG that gave Indiana a seven-point lead at halftime and her first points of the season…her other 3-pt FG came against New York, 8/27…she also added an assist and a steal vs. the Liberty…she logged a season-high nine minutes in her debut at Seattle, 6/4, and collected a rebound with one assist. 2004: Appeared in 26 games while rotating between point guard and shooting guard roles…she averaged 15.3 minutes per game, and averaged 4.0 points per game…she scored in double figures on two occasions – 11 points at Detroit, 6/12, and 10 points vs. Detroit, 6/9…she ranked third on the team with 20 3-pt FG…she shot 3-4 3-pt FG at Detroit, 6/12, and at San Antonio, 6/1…in the game at Detroit, 6/12, she also set career highs with three offensive rebounds and six total rebounds. 2003: Appeared in 30 games as a rookie and was in the starting lineup in her first two professional games...she averaged 6.2 ppg, scoring 20 points or more three times…her 26 points at Connecticut, 6/26, was the most by a WNBA rookie during the 2003 season, and the most ever scored by a Fever reserve…she matched the Fever record with five 3-pt FG in that game…in a six-game span from 6/14 to 6/26, she scored in double figures five times, with 20 point efforts against Connecticut (22), 6/20; at Minnesota (20), 6/21; and at Connecticut (26), 6/26…she was the Fever scoring leader with each of her 20-point games, and with a 13-point outing at New York, 7/20…she had at least two 3-pt FG in each of those six straight games…she shot 37.2 percent from the floor as a rookie, 36.0 percent from 3-pt range…she recorded a season-high five rebounds vs. New York, 7/10, and a season-high five assists in her pro debut, at Charlotte, 5/29.

    PLAYOFFS
    2005: Brown was a member of the Fever’s 2006 WNBA Playoffs roster, though did not see action.

    PRO-NWBL
    2004-05: Brown played 13 games with the Chicago Blaze…she averaged 6.7 ppg, 2.5 rpg and 1.5 apg…she shot 5-7 3-pt FG and had 17 points against the Lubbock Hawks…she scored 11 against the Birmingham Power.

    PRO–OVERSEAS
    2003-04: Brown was chosen to the WNBA Select Team comprised of rookies and other young stars to participate in the FIBA Women’s World Cup 2003, the first-ever World Cup event for women’s basketball…upon completion of that tournament in mid-October, she toured the United States on a traveling exhibition team for NCAA preseason games…she also played professionally for the first time in Spain.

    COLLEGE
    Was a two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection who finished her UNC career with school records in 3-pt FG (251) and 3-pt accuracy (.378)...her 251 3-pt FG were third in ACC history...her 507 assists were fifth in UNC history, and 15th in ACC history. 2002-03: Named to the All-ACC First Team for the second year in a row, she was also named to the ACC All-Tournament First Team for the second consecutive year...she was one of 20 finalists for the Naismith Player of the Year Award, and one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, given to the nation’s top senior player...Brown was one of 12 finalists for the Nancy Lieberman Award, given to the nation’s best point guard...a two-time ACC Player of the Week, she was named to the all-tournament team at the Rainbow Wahine Classic...she led Carolina in scoring with 14.5 ppg, ninth in the ACC...she averaged 15.2 ppg in conference games, fifth in the league...she scored in double figures in 27 of 34 games and scored 20 or more points seven times...she led the ACC in 3-pt FG per game (2.6) and ranked second in percentage (.395)...she was fourth in the ACC averaging 4.3 3-pt FG per game...she scored a then-season-high 23 points and played all 40 minutes in a win at Georgia Tech, 1/2...at Florida State, 1/12, she equaled her career high with 28 points while playing in front of a crowd of 30 or so friends and family members who had chartered a bus from her hometown of Statesboro, Ga...at Maryland, 1/27, she banked in a jumper with no time remaining to give the team an 83-82 win...she snapped a string of 90 consecutive starts when she did not start against Coastal Carolina. 2001-02: She was named All-ACC and All-ACC Tournament...with 99 3-pt FG, she set school and ACC single-season records...she ranked among ACC leaders in 3-pt FG (first), 3-pt FG percentage (first), scoring (third), assist-to-turnover ratio (fifth), FG percentage (ninth) and assists (ninth)...she was the only North Carolina player to start every game...she hit a career-high six 3-pt FG and totaled a season-best 26 points to lead the team to a win at Clemson, 1/13...against Villanova, she registered the third double-double of her career with 15 points and a career-high 11 rebounds...she tied her career high with six 3-pt FG against Clemson, 2/14, and led the team with 18 points...she hit for a career-high 28 points on 9-16 FG in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Harvard...she scored 20 or more points 11 times, the third-highest total in the ACC. 2000-01: She started all 29 games of her sophomore season at point guard and led the team in minutes played, averaging 38.7 per game...she earned second-team All-ACC honors and led the ACC in assists (6.7 per game) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.71)...she ranked third in the ACC in 3-pt FG percentage (.370) and fourth in the ACC in 3-pt FG per game (1.8)...her scoring average of 15.9 ppg ranked second on the team and fifth in the conference...her total of 193 assists ranked second on the team’s single-season list...she set a school single-game record with 16 assists against North Carolina A&T, 11/21...she scored 20 or more points eight times, including a season-high 27 on two occasions...she scored in double-digits in all but four games...she nearly had a triple-double twice, totaling 23 points, nine rebounds and nine assists against Syracuse, and 17 points, eight rebounds and 16 assists against North Carolina A&T...she tallied three double-doubles, two with points and assists (17 points, 16 assists vs. N.C. A&T; 11 points, 11 assists vs. Virginia, 2/11) and one with points and rebounds (17 points, 10 rebounds vs. Winthrop)...against NC State, 1/14, led the team to an overtime victory with 22 points, including the final five points of regulation and six points in the extra period...she played the entirety of nine games, including all 50 minutes in a double-overtime win over Clemson. 1999-00: She started 10 games as a freshman...one of three players to appear in all 33 games, she scored a season-high 13 points in 16 minutes against Notre Dame, 12/4...she averaged 16.5 mpg, but played 30 or more minutes in five games...she also averaged 4.1 ppg, 1.7 rpg and 1.8 apg.


    PERSONAL

    She is the daughter of Clinton and Mary Alice Brown...she has three older sisters: Clintina, Cassandra and Kalesha...she majored in African-American studies with a minor in English at UNC...she was voted homecoming queen at Southeast Bulloch High School where she was also named the Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Georgia during her senior year...she averaged 24.5 ppg, 5.5 rpg and 4.5 apg as a senior and 24.4 ppg, 7.2 bpg and 5.7 apg over her prep career...a three-time all-state selection, she played in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association High School All-America game, 4/3/99, in Hartford, Conn...she was her team’s MVP in all four seasons...she was a two-time Street & Smith’s All-America selection...she was named Northland Cable Player of the Decade...in track and field, she was a regional champion in the high jump.



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