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2009 WNBA Playoffs - Western Conference - First Round - (1) Phoenix Mercury Vs. (4) San Antonio Silver Stars
... September 17 Game 1 Phoenix Mercury 91, San Antonio Silver Stars 92 AT T Center, San Antonio, TX Attendance 5,721 ESPN2HD Pts Taylor (18) Rebs Taurasi (7) Pts Young (24 ...
WNBA All-Rookie Team - Winners
... Team 2005 Chelsea Newton Sacramento Monarchs Kara Braxton Detroit Shock Katie Feenstra San Antonio Silver Stars Tan White Indiana Fever Temeka Johnson ...
2008 WNBA Playoffs - WNBA Finals: San Antonio Silver Stars Vs. Detroit Shock
... October 1 Game 1 Detroit Shock 77, San Antonio Silver Stars 69 AT T Center, San Antonio ESPN2 October 3 Game 2 Detroit Shock 69, San Antonio Silver Stars 61 AT T Center ...
Shanna Crossley - WNBA Career - San Antonio Silver Stars
... On April 5, 2006, Zolman was drafted by the San Antonio Silver Stars in the second round (No ... The San Antonio Silver Stars finished 13–21 on the season, missing the playoffs ... WNBA season, Zolman played in all 34 regular season games, starting one, making her the only Silver Stars player to have appeared in every game for the last two ...
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 ...

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