2001 WNBA All-Star Game

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2001 WNBA All-Star Game
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12Total
West 404080
East 304272
DateJuly 16, 2001
Arena TD Waterhouse Centre
City Orlando, Florida
MVP Lisa Leslie
Attendance16,906
WNBA All-Star Game
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The 2001 WNBA All-Star Game was played on July 16, 2001, at TD Waterhouse Centre in Orlando, Florida. This was the 3rd annual WNBA All-Star Game.

Contents

The All-Star Game

Rosters

July 16
8:00 p.m.
Western Conference 80, Eastern Conference 72
Pts: Lisa Leslie 20
Rebs: Lisa Leslie 9
Asts: Ticha Penicheiro 5
Pts: Merlakia Jones 12
Rebs: Tari Phillips 9
Asts: Dawn Staley 3
TD Waterhouse Centre, Orlando, Florida
Attendance: 16,906
Referees: Melissa Barlow, Michael Price, Bonita Spence

Coaches

The coach for the Western Conference was Houston Comets coach Van Chancellor. The coach for the Eastern Conference was New York Liberty coach Richie Adubato.

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