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Korie Hlede | 7
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Position:  G
Born: 03/29/75
Height: 5-9 /  1,75
Weight: 150  lbs. / 68,0  kg.
College: Duquesne '98/Croatia
Career Highlights
  • Led the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage in 2000, hitting 25-of-58 shots from long range for 43.1%
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  • BACKGROUND

    2001:
    Averaged 5.6 ppg, 1.5 rpg and 1.6 apg over 16.9 mpg for Utah…Shot .348 from Downtown (8-23 3PT-FGA)…Season Highs: Points: 20 vs. Orlando, June 7; Rebounds: 7 vs. Sacramento, June 21…Played in 100th career WNBA game on June 27 in Miami…Missed four games (June 29-July 6) due to a sprained left ankle and one game due to DNP-Coach’s Decision…Started the first 10 games of the season (May 30-June 27)…Finished in double-figures seven times…Tallied a season-high 20 points on June 7 vs. Orlando…Recorded season-high in minutes (37) and rebounds (7) along with 17 points on June 21 against the Monarchs. PLAYOFFS: Averaged 2.0 ppg and 1.5 rpg in 8.5 mpg during the two games of the 2001 first round series vs. Sacramento.

    2000:
    Led the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage, hitting 25-of-58 shots from long range for 43.1%…Finished 17th in the league in assists per game averaging 3.0 apg…Averaged 10.1 points and 28.0 mpg…Started first 31 games of the season, but missed the final game with bronchitis…Scored a season high 20 points on July 14 versus Phoenix…Scored in double figures in 16 games…Tied a career record with seven assists on July 26 versus Cleveland.

    1999:
    Was traded to the Starzz from the Detroit Shock on July 29, 1999…Finished the season fourth in the league in free-throw percentage (.878, 72-82) and eighth in three-point percentage (.396, 21-53).

    1998:
    Led the Shock in three-point field goal percentage (.392, fifth in the WNBA)…Posted a WNBA rookie season-high 23 points, seven rebounds and four assists in an 84-73 win over the Cleveland Rockers on June 27, 1998.

    COLLEGE:
    Ranks second in Atlantic 10 history in career points behind Sue Wicks (New York Liberty)…Holds Duquense records in career points (2,631), scoring average (24.1 ppg), steals (334), assists (570), three-pointers made (162), and three-point percentage (.356)…Named the 1997-98 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year…Three-time member of the Atlantic 10 First Team and led the conference in scoring each year…Became the first athlete in Duquense history to have her jersey number retired…Named the 1995 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year.

    PERSONAL

    Koraljka Hlede…Considers Michael Jordan and the late Drazen Petrovic as her role models in basketball…Began playing basketball at the age of 13…Has one brother, Svebor, 23, who still lives in Croatia…Parents are Bojan Hlede and Ljerka Milkovic-Hlede…Can write poetry in Croatian and English…Would like to travel to the Himalayas, Mt. Everest and Tibet to go mountain climbing…Before coming to the United States, learned about the country from watching TV shows…Greatest achievement is graduating from college…Would like to be a writer after her career is over and would like to compete in a triathlon.


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