2009 San Antonio Silver Stars Season

2009 San Antonio Silver Stars Season

The 2009 WNBA season is the 13th season for the San Antonio Silver Stars franchise of the Women's National Basketball Association. It is their 7th in San Antonio. The Silver Stars were unsuccessful in their attempt to advance to the WNBA Finals for the second consecutive season.

Read more about 2009 San Antonio Silver Stars Season:  Roster, Season Standings, Regular Season Statistics, Awards and Honors

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2009 San Antonio Silver Stars Season - Awards and Honors
... WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the week of July 27, 2009 ... Hammon was named WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the week of August 3, 2009 ... named WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the week of August 31, 2009 ...

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