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Helen Luz | 25
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Position:  G
Height: 5-8 /  1,73
Weight: 144  lbs. /  65,3  kg.
College : Florida International
Career Highlights
  • Finished the 2001 season ranked 12th in the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage (39%)

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Head-to-Head Comparisons


2002 SEASON:
In nine minutes of play tied her career high with 15 points (5-6 fg, 2-3 three points), also hit 2-3 from the free throw line vs. Orlando (6/1/02)…Scored 13 point in 14 min of play, was 100% from the three point line and the free throw line (3-3 3pt) (2-2ft), and shot 4-5 from the field, had three assists for the game at Utah (6/4/02)…Scored 12 points including 4-5 from the three-point line in 15 minutes of play, also had three assists and one steal in the game vs. Indiana (6/7/02)…Had 10 points (4-8fg), three assists and two rebounds vs. Miami (6/9/02)…Played 18 min, shot 3-6 from the field and 3-5 in the three point zone, had two rebound and two assists while scoring nine points for the game vs. Houston (6/13/02)…Played 14 minutes , shot 2-3 from the field, 1-2 from the three point line and the free throw line at Charlotte (6/19/02)…Played 18 min, scored six points, grabbed two rebounds, two assists, and two steals at Miami (6/21/02)…Played 22 minutes, scored four points, went 100% from the line (2-2), two rebounds, two steals, and one assists vs. Cleveland (6/23/02)…Scored six points on 2-4 shooting from the three point line, also had one steal in 14 minutes of play at Minnesota (7/3/02)…played 25 min, scored 13 points, went 4-10 from the field, shot 2-8 from beyond the arc, shot 3-4 from the line, grabbed one rebound, had four assists and two steals vs. Phoenix (7/9/02)…Played 20 minutes, scored 11 points, shot 4-6 from the field, shot 3-5 from beyond the arc, grabbed two rebounds and four assists vs. New York (7/13/02)…Played 10 min, scored seven points, shot 2-2 from the field, went 1-1 from beyond the arc, shot 2-2 from the free throw line, grabbed one rebound vs. Detroit (7/25/02)…Played 15 min, scored three points, shot 1-3 from the field, grabbed one rebound, one assist, and one blocked shot vs. Seattle (7/27/02)…Played 18 minutes, scored eight points, grabbed two rebounds, had two steals, one assist and one blocked shot vs. Orlando (7/30/02)…Played 11 min, scored six points, pulled in one rebound, and one assist, shot 2-5 from beyond the arc at New York (8/8/02)…Played 17 minutes had six points (2-5 from 3-pt) and two rebounds vs. New York (8/9/02)…Played 15 minutes and scored 16 points in the second round of the playoffs vs. New York (8/24/02)...Finished season ranked #1 in WNBA in 3-pt fields goals per 40 minutes, and 17th in 3-pt field goals made.

2001 SEASON:
Finished the season ranked 12th in the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage (39%)...Scored 10 points at Detroit (6/14/01)...Scored a career high 15 points at New York (6/16/01)...Saw career high six field goals made vs. Miami, tied career high in points (15) vs. Miami (6/21/01)...Recorded eight points (3-6 fg, 2-3 3 pts) three assists and one block (6/27/01)...Hit two consecutive three pointers and scored eight of her 11 points in the fourth overtime, leading the Mystics to a 72-69 win over the Seattle Storm (7/3/01)...Had 14 points vs. L.A. in their only contest of the season (7/14/01).

For the past four seasons, Luz played for Parana Basquette, the 1998 South American Champions. Teammates included Vicky Bullett and Murriel Page on the team in past seasons. Averaged 8.8. points per game as a competitor in the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney with the Brazilian National Team (Bronze medal)...Played for Parana Basquette in 2000-01.


  • Luz means the light in Portuguese
  • Has two sisters Cintia and Silvia Luz who also play professionally in Brazil
  • Has played on teams in Brazil with fellow Mystics Vicky Bullett and Murriel Page
  • Won a bronze medal at the 2000 Olympics as part of the Brazilian national team
  • Awarded MVP of South American Championships in September 2001, where she led her team to the Championship title and qualified for the 2002 World Basketball Championships.

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