GM 2: DET 73, SAC 63 | Box | Video | Postgame
GM 3: SAC 89, DET 69 | Box | Video | Postgame
GM 4: DET 72, SAC 52 | Box | Video | Postgame
GM 5: DET 80, SAC 75 | Box | Video | Postgame
Notes and Quotes, August 28, 2006
Detroit Shock forward Swin Cash, on the Shock's series-clinching victory, to the Hartford Courant:
"We just came in with a mind-set and everyone was like, `Whatever it takes, win at all costs. It was about doing the little things to win the game."
Sacramento Monarchs coach John Whisenant, on facing the Shock in the WNBA Finals, to the Sacramento Bee:
Connecticut Sun guard Katie Douglas, on losing to the Shock in Game 3, to the Hartford Courant:
Detroit Shock coach Bill Laimbeer on the team's adjustments for Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals, to the Associated Press:
“ "I feel really good, but after accomplishing what we did last year winning the whole thing, it's all about the next step right now."
Los Angeles Sparks guard Tamara Moore, on the Sparks' Game 2 loss to the Sacrameno Monarchs:
Los Angeles Sparks coach Joe Bryant, reflecting on his team's season, to the Los Angeles Daily News:
Connecticut Sun guard Katie Douglas, on being able to play despite injury in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, to the Hartford Courant:
Sacramento Monarchs coach John Whisenant on the matchup between Lisa Leslie and Yolanda Griffith, to the Sacramento Bee:
Detroit Shock coach Bill Laimbeer, on how Katie Douglas' play affected the outcome of Game 2, to the Detroit Free Press:
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