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The Storm is celebrating Lauren Jackson's 10th season in Seattle. Over the past decade, Jackson has become synonymous with the Storm because of her dominating play on the court and her ability to find a second home in the Emerald City. She's given us two MVP seasons (with a chance at a third), countless highlights and the 2004 WNBA championship. There's still more to come, but join us in paying tribute to Jackson's fine career so far. The celebration concluded on Saturday, Aug. 7 when the Storm defeated Tulsa at KeyArena. Check out video from the game (refresh if the player does not appear).

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Player
Ticha Penicheiro
Lisa Leslie
Tina Thompson
Mwadi Mabika
Lauren Jackson
Sheryl Swoopes
Team
Sacramento
Los Angeles
Houston
Los Angeles
Seattle
Houston
Years
12
12
12
11
10
10
Games*
369
363
332
319
285
262
*As of Aug. 2, 2010. Jackson is only player currently with original team.

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