2001 Seattle Storm season

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2001 Seattle Storm season
Head Coach Lin Dunn
Arena KeyArena
Attendance 5,954 per game
Results
Record 10–22
(.313)
Place 8th (Western)
Playoff Finish Did not qualify
Seattle Storm seasons
< 2000 2002 >

The 2001 WNBA season was the 2nd season for the Seattle Storm.

Offseason[edit]

WNBA Draft[edit]

Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
1 Lauren Jackson[1] (F/C)  Australia Canberra Capitals (WNBL)
17 Semeka Randall (G)  United States Tennessee
49 Juana Brown (G)  United States Notre Dame

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Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Western Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
Los Angeles Sparks x 28 4 .875 19–2
Sacramento Monarchs x 20 12 .625 13–8 8.0
Utah Starzz x 19 13 .594 11–10 9.0
Houston Comets x 19 13 .594 13–8 9.0
Phoenix Mercury o 13 19 .406 8–13 15.0
Minnesota Lynx o 12 20 .375 9–12 16.0
Portland Fire o 11 21 .344 5–16 17.0
Seattle Storm o 10 22 .313 6–15 18.0

Season Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 31 Phoenix 83-70 Win 1-0
June 3 @ Washington 63-68 Loss 1-1
June 4 @ Indiana 74-71 Win 2-1
June 7 Miami 57-70 Loss 2-2
June 9 @ Utah 73-65 Win 3-2
June 12 Orlando 70-63 Win 4-2
June 14 Cleveland 36-58 Loss 4-3
June 16 Los Angeles 60-73 Loss 4-4
June 18 Charlotte 60-52 Win 5-4
June 19 @ Portland 43-58 Loss 5-5
June 22 @ Phoenix 58-55 Win 6-5
June 25 @ Utah 65-47 Win 7-5
June 28 @ Minnesota 59-68 Loss 7-6
June 30 Sacramento 59-65 Loss 7-7
July 3 Washington 69-72 Loss 7-8
July 4 @ Portland 61-56 Win 8-8
July 7 @ Charlotte 38-48 Loss 8-9
July 10 @ Cleveland 53-59 Loss 8-10
July 11 @ New York 53-67 Loss 8-11
July 13 Houston 55-58 Loss 8-12
July 18 @ Minnesota 58-68 Loss 8-13
July 20 Portland 49-56 Loss 8-14
July 21 @ Los Angeles 79-85 Loss 8-15
July 24 Detroit 74-69 Win 9-15
July 27 Phoenix 54-56 Loss 9-16
July 30 @ Houston 51-55 Loss 9-17
August 3 Utah 61-64 Loss 9-18
August 4 @ Los Angeles 60-79 Loss 9-19
August 8 Houston 72-55 Win 10-19
August 10 Minnesota 51-65 Loss 10-20
August 11 @ Sacramento 61-81 Loss 10-21
August 14 Sacramento 62-72 Loss 10-22

Player stats[edit]

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

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Lauren Jackson 29 193 44 54 64 442
Semeka Randall 32 105 44 29 4 300
Simone Edwards 32 157 26 24 20 237
Jamie Redd 32 82 48 17 3 231
Kamila Vodichkova 29 71 23 16 7 150
Michelle Marciniak 27 38 47 30 2 132
Sonja Henning 32 71 93 52 6 108
Katy Steding 26 35 24 16 9 102
Stacey Lovelace 22 32 9 8 5 76
Quacy Barnes 20 34 11 9 6 68
Charmin Smith 32 55 39 17 1 58
Alessandra Santos de Oliveira 10 16 0 0 0 13
Michelle Edwards 3 2 4 1 0 4

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Roster[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]