2001 Seattle Storm season

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

The 2001 WNBA season was the second 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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