2007 New York Liberty season

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2007 New York Liberty season
Head Coach Pat Coyle
Arena Madison Square Garden
Attendance 8,698 per game
Results
Record 16–18
(.471)
Place 4th (Eastern)
Playoff Finish Lost First Round (2–1) to Detroit Shock
New York Liberty seasons
< 2006 2008 >

The 2007 WNBA season was the 11th for the New York Liberty. The Liberty reached the playoffs, but they later fell to eventual conference champion Detroit Shock.

Offseason[edit]

Dispersal Draft[edit]

Based on the Liberty's 2006 record, they would pick 3rd in the Charlotte Sting dispersal draft. The Liberty picked Janel McCarville.

WNBA Draft[edit]

Round Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
1 2 Jessica Davenport  United States Ohio State
1 5 Tiffany Jackson  United States Texas
2 16 Shay Doron  Israel Maryland
3 29 Martina Weber  Germany Iona

Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Eastern Conference W L PCT GB Home Road Conf.
Detroit Shock x 24 10 .706 12–5 12–5 14–6
Indiana Fever x 21 13 .618 3.0 12–5 9–8 12–8
Connecticut Sun x 18 16 .529 6.0 8–9 10–7 10–10
New York Liberty x 16 18 .471 8.0 10–7 6–11 10–10
Washington Mystics o 16 18 .471 8.0 8–9 8–9 8–12
Chicago Sky o 14 20 .412 10.0 6–11 8–9 6–14

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 20 Chicago 83–71 Win 1–0
May 24 Washington 81–76 Win 2–0
June 1 @ Minnesota 70–60 Win 3–0
June 3 Phoenix 83–82 Win 4–0
June 5 Indiana 78–67 Win 5–0
June 8 Detroit 57–67 Loss 5–1
June 10 @ Indiana 61–80 Loss 5–2
June 12 Washington 79–69 Win 6–2
June 15 @ Chicago 66–73 Loss 6–3
June 16 @ San Antonio 71–79 Loss 6–4
June 20 @ Connecticut 76–73 Win 7–4
June 22 San Antonio 63–70 Loss 7–5
June 24 Indiana 63–74 Loss 7–6
June 26 @ Sacramento 46–59 Loss 7–7
June 29 @ Los Angeles 80–68 Win 8–7
July 1 @ Seattle 53–84 Loss 8–8
July 6 @ Detroit 82–81 (OT) Win 9–8
July 8 Sacramento 71–61 Win 10–8
July 12 @ Indiana 63–79 Loss 10–9
July 18 @ Detroit 82–87 (OT) Loss 10–10
July 20 Houston 74–80 Loss 10–11
July 22 Seattle 75–77 Loss 10–12
July 26 @ Connecticut 75–79 Loss 10–13
July 29 Connecticut 61–67 Loss 10–14
July 31 Los Angeles 63–73 Loss 10–15
August 2 Minnesota 71–66 Win 11–15
August 3 @ Washington 68–80 Loss 11–16
August 7 @ Houston 77–71 Win 12–16
August 9 @ Phoenix 86–97 Loss 12–17
August 12 Detroit 85–84 Win 13–17
August 14 @ Chicago 65–77 Loss 13–18
August 16 @ Washington 73–72 Win 14–18
August 17 Connecticut 74–66 Win 15–18
August 19 Chicago 58–52 Win 16–18

Playoffs[edit]

Game Date Opponent Score Result Record
Eastern Conference Semifinals
1 August 24 Detroit 73–51 Win 1–0
2 August 26 @ Detroit 73–76 Loss 1–1
3 August 28 @ Detroit 70–71 (OT) Loss 1–2

Player stats[edit]

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Shameka Christon 33 149 70 34 19 368
Cathrine Kraayeveld 34 154 51 32 20 366
Janel McCarville 32 152 36 39 20 332
Loree Moore 34 138 163 75 5 327
Erin Thorn 29 87 73 25 1 281
Ashley Battle 34 126 56 35 2 252
Jessica Davenport 33 88 9 7 29 176
Tiffany Jackson 34 104 19 23 12 173
Lisa Willis 16 27 9 10 0 61
Barbara Farris 28 43 13 6 1 53
Shay Doron 7 3 0 3 0 10
Lindsay Bowen 6 2 1 0 0 9
Sherill Baker 3 1 0 0 0 5
Martina Weber 2 1 0 0 0 0

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Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

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