: In one game of the 2001 WNBA Western Conference playoffs, averaged one minute ... In two games of the Western Conference Finals, averaged 1.5 minutes, and two points per game ... During the 2001 WNBA Finals, averaged three minutes per game ... Along with fellow teammates, became 2001 WNBA Champion.
2001: Played a limited four minutes at Portland (8/13)...Did not play against Houston (8/11) or against Starzz (8/13)...Gave seven minutes of action against Mercury (8/8) ...Saw limited action against Indiana (8/6)...Gave seven minutes of play against the Storm (8/4)...Played 17 minutes, pulling one rebound and sending one assist vs. Monarchs (8/2)...Started in place of Tamecka Dixon, to tie career high in rebounds with four and contribute five points against Lynx (7/30)...Made 5th career start, adding seven points and three rebounds, displaying perfect form from the line (3-3) against Fire (7/28)... Did not play for six games...Made 4th start of the season, playing 14 minutes and scoring three points against Minnesota (8/8)...Scored four points and two rebounds vs. Mercury (7/5)...Set a career-high in rebounds, grabbing a total of four, while setting career-high in field goal attempts (3) vs. Starzz (7/3)...Set career-high in minutes (19), field goal attempts (8) and assists (3), starting only second game of the season vs. Sol (7/1)...Tied career-highs in minutes (17) and blocked shots (1) vs. the Shock (6/26)...Made first start of the season against the Shock (6/26)...Hustled for six minutes vs. New York (6/24)...Played a break-out game for the Sparks, coming off the bench to score a career-high 12 points and landed a career-high five field goals vs. Cleveland. Also set career-high in three-point field goal attempts, landing 2-of-2 (6/22)...Saw limited action vs. Houston (6/21)... Played only three minutes, scoring two points against the Sting (6/19)...Set a new career-high in points by totaling 10 against Portland (6/17)...Set career and season-high in free throw attempts and set a season-high for free throws made, going 3-4 against Fire (6/17)...Played only one minute against Seattle (6/16)...Saw limited action during the match-up with Orlando (6/14)...Registered two points in three minutes of play against the Lynx (6/9)...Saw limited action versus Cleveland posting two rebounds (6/5)...Went one for three at the line in eight minutes against Charlotte (6/2) ...Contributed six points, went three for five from the field vs. Orlando (6/1) ...Played a total of 12 minutes vs. Comets, gathering four points and three assists (5/28)...Averaged five points and three rebounds in the preseason.
2000 Playoffs: Averaged 2.3 minutes for the playoffs, coming off of the bench ... Against Houston set career highs for the post-season in points and rebounds.
2000: Provided key minutes coming off of the bench for the Sparks her rookie season. Averaged 2.6 points per game and pulled down 1.3 rebounds ... Scored eight points in the Sparks 92-72 victory over the Starzz (7/9/00) ... Registered eight points in the Sparks win over Miami (6/23/00).
Other Pro Experience: Grgin-Fonseca has played for a variety of teams across Europe and the World ... Began at the age of 15 in her hometown of Split on the Adriatic coast ... Before coming to the Sparks, played in Italy, Greece and Brazil ... Played on the Yugoslavian National Team from 1986-1990 and since then has played for her native Croatia ... Played for the following European Clubs: 1998 Fluminense -- Rio De Janeiro Brazil, 1998-00 Parana Basquete Clube-Curitiba Brazil, 1997 Microcamp-Campinas Brazil, 1996-97 Sporting-Athens Greece, 1994-95 Cesna-Cesna Italy, played for the Croatia National Team since 1991, 1990-94 Split -- Split Croatia, 1995-96 Costa Masanga-Como Italy, played for the Yugoslavian National Team from 1986-1990, 1984-90 Jugoplastika -- Split Yugoslavia.