2007 Detroit Shock season

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2007 Detroit Shock season
CoachBill Laimbeer
ArenaThe Palace of Auburn Hills
Attendance9,749 per game
Results
Record24–10 (.706)
Place1st (Eastern)
Playoff finishLost WNBA Finals

The 2007 WNBA season was the 10th for the Detroit Shock. The Shock qualified for the WNBA Finals for the second consecutive year, losing to the Phoenix Mercury in 5 games.

Offseason[edit]

WNBA Draft[edit]

Pick Player Nationality School
11 Ivory Latta

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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 19 Sacramento 75-68 Win 1-0
May 22 Minnesota 85-75 Win 2-0
May 30 Washington 94-79 Win 3-0
June 2 @ Houston 77-71 Win 4-0
June 8 @ New York 67-57 Win 5-0
June 10 @ Connecticut 79-74 Win 6-0
June 15 Connecticut 75-72 Win 7-0
June 16 Indiana 67-77 Loss 7-1
June 18 @ Los Angeles 79-73 Win 8-1
June 20 @ Seattle 87-71 Win 9-1
June 22 @ Phoenix 87-84 Win 10-1
June 23 @ Sacramento 75-85 Loss 10-2
June 27 Connecticut 77-74 Win 11-2
June 29 @ Washington 64-65 Loss 11-3
July 1 San Antonio 68-71 Loss 11-4
July 6 New York 81-82 Loss 11-5
July 8 Phoenix 111-82 Win 12-5
July 10 Chicago 92-84 Win 13-5
July 12 @ Chicago 78-65 Win 14-5
July 18 New York 87-82 Win 15-5
July 20 @ Indiana 89-80 Win 16-5
July 21 Washington 66-58 Win 17-5
July 24 @ Connecticut 92-88 Win 18-5
July 26 Chicago 73-83 Loss 18-6
July 28 @ Washington 76-64 Win 19-6
July 29 Los Angeles 75-73 Win 20-6
July 31 @ San Antonio 84-79 Win 21-6
August 3 @ Chicago 66-60 Win 22-6
August 9 Seattle 97-70 Win 23-6
August 11 Indiana 74-69 Win 24-6
August 12 @ New York 84-85 Loss 24-7
August 14 Houston 73-81 Loss 24-8
August 16 @ Minnesota 77-87 Loss 24-9
August 19 @ Indiana 66-72 Loss 24-10
August 24 (First Round, Game 1) @ New York 51-73 Loss 0-1
August 26 (First Round, Game 2) New York 76-73 Win 1-1
August 28 (First Round, Game 3) New York 71-70 (OT) Win 2-1
August 31 (Conference Finals, Game 1) @ Indiana 65-75 Loss 2-2
September 2 (Conference Finals, Game 2) Indiana 77-63 Win 3-2
September 3 (Conference Finals, Game 3) Indiana 81-65 Win 4-2
September 5 (WNBA Finals, Game 1) Phoenix 108-100 Win 5-2
September 8 (WNBA Finals, Game 2) Phoenix 70-98 Loss 5-3
September 11 (WNBA Finals, Game 3) @ Phoenix 88-83 Win 6-3
September 13 (WNBA Finals, Game 4) @ Phoenix 76-77 Loss 6-4
September 16 (WNBA Finals, Game 5) Phoenix 92-108 Loss 6-5

Player stats[edit]

Note: GP= Games played; FG = Field Goals; MIN= Minutes; REB= Rebounds; AST= Assists; STL = Steals; BLK = Blocks; PTS = Points

Player GP MIN FG REB AST STL BLK PTS
Deanna Nolan 34 1175 221 148 132 49 12 553
Katie Smith 450
Plenette Pierson 396
Swin Cash 344
Kara Braxton 207
Cheryl Ford 195
Shannon Johnson 193
Katie Feenstra 177
Ivory Latta 93
Elaine Powell 60
Tausha Mills 15
Ayana Walker 7
Iciss Tillis 4
Amy Sanders 2
Tyresa Smith 1 7 0 2 0 1 0 1

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Playoffs[edit]

References[edit]

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