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Gallery: Ann Wauters' WNBA Career

Feb. 8, 2012


The Storm will be the fourth team for Ann Wauters during her WNBA career, which is entering its eighth season. Take a look back at Wauters' path to Seattle with our photo gallery.


Wauters was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2000 WNBA Draft, a year before the Storm took Lauren Jackson first overall.
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Wauters spent four years in Cleveland, during which the Rockers made the playoffs three times.
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In 2004, Wauters was selected by the New York Liberty in the Dispersal Draft.
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Wauters spent two seasons in New York
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During 2005, Wauters was selected to play in the WNBA All-Star Game
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A legendary European player who is the all-time leading scorer in the history of EuroLeague competition, Wauters spent several years playing for UMMC Ekaterinburg.
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When Wauters returned to the WNBA in 2008, she was taken by the Atlanta Dream in the Expansion Draft and then traded to San Antonio for a package including Storm teammate Camille Little.
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Playing for the Silver Stars, Wauters was reunited with New York teammate Becky Hammon (right, with Erin Perperoglou).
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In 2008, Wauters and San Antonio reached the WNBA Finals.
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2009 was Wauters' most recent season in the WNBA.
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