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Dominique Canty
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STATISTICS
Position:Guard/Forward College/Country:Alabama '99
Ht./Wt.:5-9 / 162lbs. High School:Whitney Young (Chicago, IL)
Birthdate:3/2/77 Years w/WNBA (Shock):1999-Present (1999-2002)
Drafted:29th overall pick in '99 by Detroit.
Career WNBA Regular Season Statistics
REBOUNDS
LGTMGGSMINFGM-APCT3PM-APCTFTM-APCTOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTLTOBLKPTS
1999WDet261164676-229.332 3-17.17694-136.691354580385726 451249
2000WDet282778483-203.409 0-5.00091-131.695313970826449 515257
2001WDet321862570-193.363 1-5.20056-74.757453883706931 551197
2002WDet281262552-154.3381-5.20055-76.724244569835921 564160
2003WHou32464855-145.3790-1.00062-93.6673664100566222 491172
2004WHou321277063-150.420 0-2.00051-72.708404484646132 451177
2005WHou333299795-238.3990-4.00080-110.72725831081017529 672270
Shock Totals114682680281-779.3615-32.156296-417.710135167302273249127 20711863
WNBA Totals2111165095494-1312.3775-39.128489-692.707236358594494447210368151482
Career WNBA Playoff Statistics
REBOUNDS
TMGGSMINFGM-APCT3PM-APCTFTM-APCTOFFDEFTOTASTPFSTLTOBLKPTS
1999Det10212-6.3330-0----2-21.000123131 206
2003Hou30483-9.3330-0----5-8.6257411571 3011
2005Hou5016212-30.4000-0----16-20.80011112217121 14040
WNBA Totals9023117-45.3780-0----23-30.7671917362322319057
Career Transactions:Selected by the Detroit Shock in the third round (no. 29 overall) of the 1999 WNBA Draft on May 4, 1999 . . . Traded to the Houston Comets in exchange for Allison Curtin on April 28, 2003 . . .

Shock Career

1999: Received one vote in 1999 Rookie of the Year balloting and finished tied for second behind Chamique Holdsclaw . . . Led the Shock in free throws made (94) and attempted (136) . . . Averaged the second most minutes among rookies (Holdsclaw) . . . Opened her rookie campaign by scoring in double figures in eight straight games . . . Finished fourth on the Shock in scoring average (9.6) . . . Scored a season-high 18 points at Los Angeles on August 9 . . . Grabbed a season-high six rebounds on two occasion – vs. New York on June 28 and at Cleveland on July 23 . . . Handed out a season-high four assists vs. New York on June 28 . . . Picked up a season-high three steals at Utah on July 6 . . . Blocked her lone shot of the season at Cleveland on July 23 . . . Scored in double-figures on 14 occasions . . . 1999 Playoffs Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds in the Shock’s one-game series loss to Charlotte . . .

2000: Led the team in steals (49) and tied for the team lead in assists (82) . . . Finished second on the team in free throws made (91) and attempted (131) . . . Scored a season-high 22 points on two occasions – vs. New York on June 7 and at Cleveland on July 16 . . . Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds on July 24 vs. Portland . . . Handed out a season-high eight assists in the final game of the season, vs. New York on August 9 . . . Picked up a season-high five steals in July 12 vs. Seattle . . . Blocked one shot in five different games . . . Scored in double-figures on 11 occasions . . . Missed four games from July 2 – 9 due to a groin strain . . .

2001: Made the third most free throws (56) and took the second most attempts (74) on the team . . . Her 31 steals were tied for the second most on the team . . . Started the first 18 games of the season and averaged 7.9 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.7 assists in that role . . . Scored a season-high 20 points and handed out a season-high seven assists at Charlotte on June 16 . . . Grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds vs. Phoenix on June 29 . . . Picked up a season-high four steals at Portland on July 22 . . . Blocked her lone shot of the season at Seattle on July 24 . . . Reached double-figures in scoring on seven occasions . . .


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