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Nicky McCrimmon | 12
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2005
Statistics
 PPG
 RPG
 APG
 EFF
Position:  G
Born:
Height: 5-8 /  1,73
Weight: 125  lbs. /  56,7  kg.
College : Southern California
Career Highlights
  • Scored a season high seven points along with four assists and two steals versus the disbanded Portland Fire 6/3/02.
  • Came off the bench for 19 minutes against Portland and scored a season-high seven points along with four assists and two steals 6/3/02
  • In season-high 22 minutes of action against the Storm, scored four points, served up three assists and tied her career-high with four steals 6/18/02
  • In 11 minutes of action, scored four points and added three assists and a career-high tying four steals 7/5/02
  • Dished out a season-high six assists in 23 minutes against the Sol 7/30/02
  • McCrimmon played in five minutes of action against the Starzz, scoring three points and grabbing one steal 8/22/02
  • Topped her career-high in minutes (25) and steals (3) against Detroit 6/26/01
  • Tied her season-high in assists, sending two dimes vs. the Liberty 6/24/01
  • Had a marquee game, topping her previous season-highs in minutes, points, field goals made and attempted, as well as rebounds 6/4/01
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    BACKGROUND

    2002 Playoffs: McCrimmon played in two minutes of the Sparks’ win at Seattle (8/15/02)… In seven minutes of action for the Sparks’, McCrimmon served up two assists (8/17/02)… McCrimmon played in five minutes of action against the Starzz, scoring three points and grabbing one steal (8/22/02)… McCrimmon scored three points, pulled down one rebound and added one steal in six minutes against the Starzz (8/24/02)… In two minutes of action for the Sparks, McCrimmon scored two points (8/29/02).

    2002: In eight minutes off the bench against New York, scored four points and added a steal for the Sparks’ (5/25/02)… Contributed an assist and a steal in seven minutes against Houston (5/27/02)… Came off the bench for 19 minutes against Portland and a scored a season-high seven points along with four assists and two steals (6/3/02)… Played eight minutes at Minnesota (6/8/02)… In the Sparks’ victory over the Shock, scored two points and added two boards and a steal (6/11/02)… In season-high 22 minutes of action against the Storm, scored four points, served up three assists and tied her career-high with four steals (6/18/02)… Coming off the bench for 12 minutes against the Lynx, pulled down two rebounds and tallied an assist and a steal (6/21/02)… Played 13 minutes of the Sparks’ victory at Phoenix, scoring four points and adding three assists, two steals and a blocked shot (6/28/02)… In 11 minutes of action, scored four points and added three assists and a career-high tying four steals (7/5/02)… In 15 minutes of playing time, added an assist in the Sparks’ 102-75 win over Utah (7/7/02)… In 22 minutes against Seattle, pulled down a rebound and dished out two assists (7/11/02)… Played career-high 33 minutes, pulling down three rebounds and adding two assists, a steal and a blocked shot against Portland (7/12/02)… Played five minutes, scored three points and added a steal in win over Indiana (7/17/02)… In 14 minutes against Cleveland, tallied two rebounds, two assists and one blocked shot (7/20/02)…In 12 minutes, added one rebound and three assists in win over Miracle (7/22/02)… Played 12 minutes, scoring a season-high seven points, and adding three assists and one steal (7/24/02)… Coming off the bench for ten minutes against Indiana, pulled down two rebounds, and recorded two assists (7/28/02)… Dished out a season-high six assists in 23 minutes against the Sol (7/30/02)… In eight minutes of playing time against the Storm, served up one assist (8/1/02)… In three minutes, scored three points and pulled down a rebound against the Monarchs (8/3/02)… In 13 minutes of action against the Starzz, McCrimmon scored two points and tallied two rebounds, and two assists (8/9/02)… In three minutes versus the Lynx, McCrimmon pulled down one offensive rebound and added an assist (8/11/02)…Played only four minutes and dished out two assists at Phoenix (8/13/02).

    2001 Playoffs: In two games of the 2001 WNBA Western Conference playoffs, averaged 3.5 minutes, 0.5 rebounds and 0.5 points per game ... During the 2001 Western Conference Finals, averaged six minutes, 0.7 rebounds, one assist and one points in three games ... In both games of the 2001 WNBA Finals, averaged eight minutes, one assist and one steal ... Along with fellow teammates, became 2001 WNBA Champion.

    2001: Totaled four points and sent five assists against Fire (8/14)...Played only two minutes against Starzz (8/13)...Gave six minutes off the bench against Comets (8/11)...Scored four points and pulled one rebound and one assist against the Phoenix Mercury (8/8)...Only scored two points, but gave key assists, setting career high at seven and tying a game high (Leslie) vs. Indiana (8/6)...Had a breakout game, by tying career high in minutes (25), topping previous career highs in points with 11 and FTM-A going 5-10 from the field against Storm (8/4)...Saw limited action against Monarchs (8/2)...Gave four assists in 20 minutes of play against Minnesota (7/30)...Contributed 15 minutes, one point from the line and one rebounds against Portland (7/28)...Tied career high in field goal attempts (7), to total six points against Sacramento (7/19)...Played three minutes against Phoenix (7/11)...Saw limited action against Lynx, but scored two points (7/8)...Sent four assists and scored two points against Phoenix (7/5)...Offered three assists and totaled two points against Starzz (7/3)...Set season-high in assists, totaling four vs. Miami Sol (7/1)...Topped career high in minutes (25) and steals (3), as well as notching season-highs in field goal attempts (4) and free throws made (2) against Detroit (6/26)...Tied season-high in assists, sending two dimes vs. Liberty (6/24)...Saw eight minutes of action against Rockers (6/22)...Did not play (Coach's Decision) vs. Comets (6/21)...Scored three points and dished out two assists against Charlotte (6/19)...Saw 12 minutes of action against Fire, gathering three points (6/17)...Played a season-high 15 minutes, beating previous high mark in assists, lending six total at Seattle (6/16)...Had a marquee game, topping previous season-highs in minutes, points, field goals made and attempted, as well as rebounds (6/4)...Registered four minutes of action against Minnesota (6/9)...Posted two points in five minutes of play versus Rockers (6/5)...Saw first 13 minutes of action, posting one assist against Charlotte (6/2).

    2000 Playoffs: Came off of the bench to average 2.5 assists for the post-season ... Added 2.5 points per game in 12.3 minutes and set new career highs with seven points, four assists and three rebounds.

    2000: Played 28 games in her first season in the WNBA ... Provided an offensive spark off the bench ... Averaged 3.1 points, 1.1 rebounds and two assists per game ... had a team high six assists in the Sparks 79-70 victory over the Washington Mystics (7/6/00).

    Other Pro Experience: Assigned to ABL expansion Long Beach Stingrays on April 25, 1997 ... Traded to Atlanta Glory for Niesa Johnson on November 14, 1997 ... Averaged 4.2 points and 1.6 rebounds per game overall and 67.7% from the free-throw line.

    College: Named to the First Team All-Pac 10 in 1994 ... In same year, received Basketball Times Honorable Mention All America ... Chosen No. 7 point guard in the nation and a pre0season Pac-10 pick by NCAA Basketball magazine ... Named Junior College Kodak All-America while at New Mexico Junior College in 1992 ... Named Western Junior College Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1992 ... Named to All-Western Junior College Athletic Conference in 1991 ... Averaged 10.9 and 2.6 rebounds per game overall ... Finished with 72.3% free-throw average.


    PERSONAL

  • Earned nicknames “Nick-Nice” and “Quickie Nicky” while growing up in Harlem, NY
  • Sees her mother as a prominent role model in basketball and life, “because she was always an inspiration for success.”
  • Would like to play one-on-one with Jason Williams and Allen Iverson, “because of their quickness and ball-handling skills.”
  • Favorite moment on the court was hitting the winning three point shot against the Columbus Quest while playing with the Atlanta Glory in the ABL
  • Credits family, close friends and coach Kim Bly (Washington Preparatory High School) with taking her game to the next level and helping her develop her spiritually as well as mentally
  • Has four brothers and two sisters
  • Plans to teach after basketball because she’d like to give back some of the knowledge and experience that was given to her
  • Spent time in the off-season as a substitute teacher.



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