2000 Seattle Storm season

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2000 Seattle Storm season
Head Coach Lin Dunn
Arena KeyArena
Attendance 8,912 per game
Results
Record 6–26
(.188)
Place 8th (Western)
Playoff Finish Did not qualify
Seattle Storm seasons
< 1999 2001 >

The 2000 WNBA season was the 1st season for the Seattle Storm.

Offseason[edit]

Expansion Draft[edit]

Pick Player Nationality WNBA Team College/HS/Club Team
2 Edna Campbell (G)  United States Seattle Storm (from Phoenix Mercury) Texas
7 Sophia Witherspoon (G)  United States Seattle Storm (from New York Liberty) Florida
10 Angela Aycock (F)  United States Seattle Storm (from Minnesota Lynx) Kansas
15 Nina Bjedov (C)  Yugoslavia Seattle Storm (from Los Angeles Sparks) Yugoslavia
18 Toni Foster (F)  United States Seattle Storm (from Phoenix Mercury) Iowa
23 Charmin Smith (G)  United States Seattle Storm (from Minnesota Lynx) Stanford

WNBA Draft[edit]

Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
9 Kamila Vodichkova
25 Charisse Sampson
41 Kirra Jordan
57 Katrina Hibbert

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Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Western Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
Los Angeles Sparks x 28 4 .875 17–4
Houston Comets x 27 5 .844 17–4 1.0
Sacramento Monarchs x 21 11 .656 13–8 7.0
Phoenix Mercury x 20 12 .625 11–10 8.0
Utah Starzz o 18 14 .563 13–8 10.0
Minnesota Lynx o 15 17 .469 5–16 13.0
Portland Fire o 10 22 .313 4–17 18.0
Seattle Storm o 6 26 .188 4–17 22.0

Season Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 31 @ Sacramento 60-76 Loss 0-1
June 1 Houston 47-77 Loss 0-2
June 3 Portland 58-65 Loss 0-3
June 7 @ Phoenix 49-82 Loss 0-4
June 9 @ Charlotte 67-62 Win 1-4
June 10 @ Cleveland 49-61 Loss 1-5
June 13 Los Angeles 69-59 Win 2-5
June 15 Sacramento 50-54 Loss 2-6
June 18 Utah 53-56 Loss 2-7
June 20 @ Utah 63-66 Loss 2-8
June 23 @ Portland 61-72 Loss 2-9
June 28 Detroit 78-82 Loss 2-10
June 30 Minnesota 53-65 Loss 2-11
July 1 Utah 60-81 Loss 2-12
July 3 Washington 55-60 Loss 2-13
July 5 @ Minnesota 67-60 Win 3-13
July 6 @ Houston 50-80 Loss 3-14
July 8 @ Orlando 53-64 Loss 3-15
July 10 @ Miami 42-59 Loss 3-16
July 12 @ Detroit 56-61 Loss 3-17
July 14 @ Indiana 45-64 Loss 3-18
July 19 New York 55-78 Loss 3-19
July 21 Minnesota 67-61 Win 4-19
July 25 @ Houston 53-79 Loss 4-20
July 27 @ Los Angeles 63-76 Loss 4-21
July 28 Phoenix 55-65 Loss 4-22
July 30 Miami 51-64 Loss 4-23
August 1 Indiana 66-60 Win 5-23
August 3 @ Phoenix 63-85 Loss 5-24
August 6 Portland 66-58 Win 6-24
August 8 Los Angeles 52-60 Loss 6-25
August 9 @ Sacramento 46-79 Loss 6-26

Player stats[edit]

Note: GP= Games played; REB= Rebounds; AST= Assists; STL = Steals; BLK = Blocks; PTS = Points; AVG = Average

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Edna Campbell 16 34 37 19 4 222
Simone Edwards 29 107 22 16 10 216
Quacy Barnes 31 84 33 19 33 209
Kamila Vodichkova 23 97 22 13 12 200
Sonja Henning 32 86 79 61 3 168
Robin Threatt 20 32 18 13 3 155
Jamie Redd 26 45 16 19 1 140
Michelle Edwards 20 34 40 14 5 131
Andrea Gardner 32 98 25 27 10 101
Stacey Lovelace 23 57 16 13 2 99
Charisse Sampson 21 40 11 18 6 76
Katrina Hibbert 20 30 18 7 1 53
Charmin Smith 32 47 53 16 3 52
Angela Aycock 1 2 0 0 0 0

Roster[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]