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# Name P Heigth DOB Place Of Birth Club
4 Cappie
PONDEXTER
G 175cm
5'9"
07/01/1983 Oceanside
 (USA) 
Phoenix Mercury, WNBA (USA) 
5 Seimone
AUGUSTUS
F 183cm
6'0"
30/04/1984 Baton Rouge, LA
 (USA) 
Minnesota Lynx WNBA (USA) 
6 Sue
BIRD
G 175cm
5'9"
16/10/1980 Long Island, NY
 (USA) 
Seattle Storm, WNBA (USA) 
7 Swin
CASH
F 187cm
6'2"
22/09/1979 Allegheny, PA
 (USA) 
Detroit Shock, WNBA (USA) 
8 Delisha
MILTON-JONES
C 186cm
6'1"
11/09/1974 Jesup, GA
 (USA) 
Washington Mystics, WNBA (USA) 
9 Kara
LAWSON
G 175cm
5'9"
14/02/1981 Alexandria
 (USA) 
Sacramento Monarchs, WNBA (USA) 
10 Courtney
PARIS
C 191cm
6'3"
21/09/1987 San Jose, CA
 (USA) 
Oklahoma, NCAA (USA) 
11 Tina
THOMPSON
F 183cm
6'0"
10/02/1975 Los Angeles, CA
 (USA) 
Houston Comets, WNBA (USA) 
12 Diana
TAURASI
G 183cm
6'0"
11/06/1982 Glendale, Los Angeles, CA
 (USA) 
Phoenix Mercury, WNBA (USA) 
13 Rebekkah
BRUNSON
F 188cm
6'2"
11/12/1981 Washington D.C.
 (USA) 
Sacramento Monarchs, WNBA (USA) 
14 Katie
SMITH
G 180cm
5'11"
04/06/1974 Lancaster, OH
 (USA) 
Detroit Shock, WNBA (USA) 
15 Candace
PARKER
 -/- 19/04/1986 St. Louis, MO
 (USA) 
University of Tennessee, NCAA (USA) 
Average height:  182cm/6'0"   
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