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Jordan Adams | 40
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2006
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Position:  C
Born: May 24, 1981
Height: 6-3 /  1,91
Weight: 180  lbs. / 81,6  kg.
College : New Mexico ''03
Career Highlights
  • Entering her second WNBA season
  • Set 2003 season highs with 13 points and 10 rebounds on July 23 at Connecticut
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    BACKGROUND

    2003:
    Wrapped up her rookie year in the WNBA by appearing in 10 games off the bench for Minnesota ... Made her season debut July 8 vs. Sacramento ... Activated on July 6, after being sidelined for the previous 12 games with a strained lower back; she had been placed on the Injured List on June 1 ... Drew a total of 12 DNP-CDs ... Posted season highs across the board with 13 points and 10 rebounds in 30 minutes July 23 at Connecticut ... It was the first point/rebound double-double by a Lynx player in 2003 ... Followed with a five-point, five-rebound effort July 25 vs. San Antonio ... Shot 47.8% (11-for-23) in road games, but was just 2-for-10 in four Target Center appearances ... Selected by the Lynx in the second round (18th overall) of the 2003 WNBA Draft. More...

    PROFESSIONAL:
    2003-04: Played in France for Cote d'Opale Basket.

    COLLEGE:
    Finished her collegiate career with averages of 14.1 ppg and 5.7 rpg ... New Mexico's all-time blocked shots leader (344) for men and women. 2002-03: Named First Team All-Mountain West Conference ... MWC Tournament MVP ... Started in all 33 games ... Led team in scoring (16.0 ppg) ... Tied her career high of eight blocks in the NCAA first round against Miami ... Tied her career high with 30 points against Memphis (12/15/02) ... Scored 20+ points eight times. 2001-02: Second Team All-MWC ... Started 30 of 31 games ... Finished first on the team in scoring (14.0 ppg, fifth in MWC) and blocked shots (92, first in MWC), the second-best single-season total in school history ... Scored a season-high 24 points with eight rebounds and seven blocks against New Mexico State (11/20/01) ... Only failed to score in double figures six times during the season ... Recorded three double-doubles ... Set a WNIT record with seven blocks against Pacific. 2000-01: Named Second Team All-MWC ... Finished the season as the Lobos' leading scorer (14.4 ppg, third in MWC) and rebounder (5.5 rpg, ninth in MWC) ... Posted a school single-season record 105 blocks (first in the MWC), breaking her own record set the previous season ... Tallied seven blocked shots four times ... Reached double figures in scoring in 28 of 34 games ... Registered at least one block in every game but one ... Named to the WNIT All-Tournament Team. 1999-00: Mountain West Conference Newcomer of the Year ... Ended the season as the team's leading scorer (11.3 ppg) and the second-leading rebounder (4.8 rpg) ... First true freshman to lead the Lobos in scoring since 1991-92 ... Her 61 blocks set a new single-season school record - the old record of 44 had stood since 1982-83 ... Put up a career-best 30 points (13-for-24 FG) against Utah (504).

    PERSONAL

  • Parents are Carla and Jeff
  • Has three sisters (Amanda, Bethany and Christie) and a brother (Dan)
  • Majored in broadcast journalism
  • Nevada High School basketball player of the year as a junior
  • Posted 17.9 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 3.7 bpg, 2.1 apg and 2.0 spg as a senior
  • Named a top-10 Southern Nevada High School athlete by the Las Vegas Review Journal

    Adams Links
  • 2003 photo gallery
  • Feature story: Working, Waiting For Her Opportunity (August 2003)
  • Mailbox (August 2003)



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