2003 WNBA Player Survey Results: Age

Average Experience
Average Height
Average Weight

Cynthia Cooper returns to the WNBA as its oldest active player at 40.13 years.
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2002-03 WNBA PLAYER SURVEY AVERAGES (ordered by age)
Houston Comets 28.94
Los Angeles Sparks 28.81
Sacramento Monarchs 28.59
Connecticut Sun 28.53
Charlotte Sting 27.89
New York Liberty 27.89
Seattle Storm 27.74
San Antonio Silver Stars 27.58
Indiana Fever 27.13
Washington Mystics 26.47
Minnesota Lynx 26.3
Cleveland Rockers 25.65
Phoenix Mercury 25.12
Detroit Shock 24.87

Eastern Conference26.85
Western Conference27.51

WNBA Average27.17

Tai DillardSan Antonio Silver Stars22.06
Lauren JacksonSeattle Storm22.04
Erin ThornNew York Liberty22.02
Jordan AdamsMinnesota Lynx22.01
Penny TaylorCleveland Rockers22.01
Tamara BowieWashington Mystics21.98
Cheryl FordDetroit Shock21.97
LaToya ThomasCleveland Rockers21.89
Plenette PiersonPhoenix Mercury21.74
Iziane Castro MarquesPhoenix Mercury21.21
Cynthia CooperHouston Comets40.13
Jennifer GillomLos Angeles Sparks38.96
Teresa EdwardsMinnesota Lynx38.87
Teresa WeatherspoonNew York Liberty37.48
Debbie BlackConnecticut Sun36.84
Adrienne GoodsonSan Antonio Silver Stars36.61
Ruthie BoltonSacramento Monarchs36.02
Andrea StinsonCharlotte Sting35.51
Sandy BrondelloSeattle Storm34.78
Jennifer AzziSan Antonio Silver Stars34.75


Lynx vs. Mercury - Game 3

Diana Taurasi has 31 points to lead the Phoenix Mercury to a 96-78 win over the Minnesota Lynx on Tuesday night, putting the Mercury into the WNBA Finals.

Taurasi from Halfcourt

Diana Taurasi sinks an incredible halfcourt buzzer-beater at the end of the third quarter.

Through the Lens: Fever vs. Sky Game 2

Check out some of the best highlights from the thrilling, double overtime game between the Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky through the eye of our super slow motion phantom camera!

Fowles Leads Sky In Game 2

Sylvia Fowles ended up with 27 points on an impressive 12-14 shooting, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 3 steals to help the Chicago Sky tie the Eastern Conference Finals at 1 game apiece versus the Indiana Fever.

Postgame: Chicago Sky

Sky head coach Pokey Chatman and Sylvia Fowles talk postgame following Chicago's double overtime win over the Fever.