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Kamila Vodichkova | 9
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2006
Statistics
 PPG9.7
 RPG6.68
 APG1.5
 EFF+ 12.00
Position:  F, C
Born: Dec 19, 1972
Height: 6-4 /  1,93
Weight: 190  lbs. /  86,2  kg.
College : Czech Republic
Career Highlights
Averaged 10.9 ppg (.494 FG%, .429 3pt%, .667 FT%), 7.0 rpg, 2.2 apg, 1.00 spg, 0.78 bpg, and 29.3 mpg through 28 games (25 started)... Had a record night vs. Los Angeles on July 26, making her first 10 shots, the most consecutive shots made to start a game in league history... Also added a career-high 24 points (prev. 22 vs. Detroit on 6/28/00)… In the process, shot the highest field goal percentage in a single game by a Mercury player and tied the second highest field goal percentage for a single game in WNBA history… Grabbed a career high 14 rebounds @ San Antonio on 7/5, two rebounds short of a franchise high set by Adrian Williams. Season-Highs: points – 24 (7/26 vs. Los Angeles), rebounds – 14 (7/5 @ San Antonio); assists – 4 (twice in 2005).
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BACKGROUND

2005 WNBA Regular Season: Averaged 10.9 ppg (.494 FG%, .429 3pt%, .667 FT%), 7.0 rpg, 2.2 apg, 1.00 spg, 0.78 bpg, and 29.3 mpg through 28 games (25 started)... Had a record night vs. Los Angeles on July 26, making her first 10 shots, the most consecutive shots made to start a game in league history... Also added a career-high 24 points (prev. 22 vs. Detroit on 6/28/00)… In the process, shot the highest field goal percentage in a single game by a Mercury player and tied the second highest field goal percentage for a single game in WNBA history… Grabbed a career high 14 rebounds @ San Antonio on 7/5, two rebounds short of a franchise high set by Adrian Williams. Season-Highs: points – 24 (7/26 vs. Los Angeles), rebounds – 14 (7/5 @ San Antonio); assists – 4 (twice in 2005). 2004 (Seattle): Member of the 2004 WNBA Champion Storm… Averaged 8.0 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 1.6 apg (a career high) and 25.6 mpg in 34 games… Started in all 34 games and played a career-high 873 minutes… Tied a career high with 12 rebounds against Houston on 6/22…. Tied a career high with 4 assists against Detroit on 9/8…. Scored a season high 18 points against Connecticut on 9/12…. Blocked a season high 3 shots on 9/13 against Indiana… Scored 10 or more points 13 times during the season… An original member of the Storm’s inaugural 2000 season… < 2003: :
Averaged 10.1 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 1.1 apg and 25.3mpg in 28 games...Started in 27 games for a total of 709 minutes...Played a career-high-tying 36 minutes vs. Sacramento on 7/26...Scored 15 points or more in three games (15 vs. Charlotte on 6/30, 17 vs. Los Angeles on 7/5 and 18 vs. Houston on 7/15...Had a double-double vs. New York on 7/23 (14 points, 10 rebounds)...Scored a season-high 18 points vs. Houston on 7/15...Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds vs. New York on 7/23...Recorded a season-high 3 blocks vs. Washington on 7/3.

WNBA CAREER HISTORY:
2002: Averaged 9.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 1.5 apg, 1.13 spg and 25.5 mpg in 32 games...Was one of three Storm players, along with Sue Bird and Simone Edwards, to play in all 32 games...Started 30 games...Scored in double-figures in 15 games...Led the team in scoring in two games (20 vs. Indiana on 6/21 and 15 vs. Sacramento on 6/23)...Led the team in rebounding in 15 games...Led the team in assists in two games (four at Sacramento on 6/20 and two at Sacramento on 8/13)...Played a season-high 37 minutes at Portland on 6/2...Scored a season-high 20 points vs. Indiana on 6/21...Grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Minnesota on 6/4...Handed out a season-high four assists in three games (at Sacramento on 6/20, vs. Sacramento on 6/23 and at Minnesota on 8/4)...Recorded first two career double-doubles (12 points and 12 rebounds vs. Minnesota on 6/4 and 18 points and 10 rebounds at Los Angeles on 8/1)...Blocked a career-high four shots vs. Los Angeles on 7/11...2001: Averaged 5.2 ppg, 2.4 rpg and 14.0 mpg in 29 games...Started in four games (6/28, 7/3, 7/30, 8/3)…Played a season- and career-high-tying 32 minutes in two games (at Minnesota on 6/28 and vs. Sacramento on 6/30)…Scored a season-high 14 points in two games (at Minnesota on 6/28 and vs. Sacramento on 6/30)…Grabbed a season-high six rebounds at Minnesota on 7/18)…Handed out a season-high three assists in two games (at Phoenix on 6/22 and at Cleveland on 7/10)…Scored in double-figures in five games (11 at Phoenix on 6/22, 14 at Minnesota on 6/28, 14 vs. Sacramento on 6/30, 12 at New York on 7/11 and 10 vs. Portland on 7/20)…Led the team in scoring in one game (14 at Minnesota on 6/28)…Led or co-led the team in rebounding in two games (five at Minnesota on 6/28 and four at Houston on 7/30)…Co-led the team in assists in two games (three at Phoenix on 6/22 and two at Houston on 7/30)...2000: Finished her first WNBA season ranked second on the team in points (8.7 ppg ) and rebounds (4.2 rpg)…Served as the Storm’s premier inside offensive presence, scoring in double-digits nine times…Scored a career-high 22 points on 10-of-11 shooting against Detroit on 6/28…Grabbed a franchise-best-tying nine rebounds against Sacramento on May 31 and June 15.

IN THE PLAYOFFS:
2002: Started both games in the First Round playoff series against Los Angeles...Averaged 12.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.0 steals and 30.5 minutes...Co-led the team with 17 points in Game 2 loss at Los Angeles.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Played the last four seasons with BK Gambrinus in the Czech Republic...Finished the 2001 season with a team-high 17.4 ppg and 10.3 rpg…Shot better than 53 percent from the floor…Competed for Brno of the Czech Republic last winter and led the squad to a third-place finish in the EuroLeague…Was named to the 2000 EuroLeague Final Four All-Star Team…Is a member of the Czech Republic National Team.


PERSONAL

Born Kamila Vodichkova on December 19, 1972 in Litomerice, Czech Republic… Nickname is “K”… Attended Charles University in Prague… Drafted in the first round as the 9th overall pick in the 2000 WNBA Draft… Pre-game ritual: always drinks coffee and reads the scouting reports… Favorite old-school ballplayer is Michael Jordan… Athlete she would love to go one-on-one against: Yolanda Griffith or Rick Fox… Favorite meal in the Czech Republic is dumplings with baked pork and cabbage… Enjoys watching movies but dislikes Science Fiction or Soap Opera flicks… Would love to have a dog.




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