2003 Detroit Shock season

2003 Detroit Shock season

WNBA season

team = Detroit Shock
year = 2003
wins = 25
losses = 9
conf = Eastern
conf_place = 1st
coach = Bill Laimbeer
arena = The Palace of Auburn Hills
playoffs = Won WNBA Finals
The 2003 WNBA season was the 6th for the Detroit Shock. The Shock won the WNBA Finals for the first time in franchise history.


WNBA Draft

Cheryl Ford (daughter of NBA great Karl Malone) helped the Detroit Shock win a WNBA Championship in her first season.

Player stats

"Note: GP= Games played; FG = Field Goals; MIN= Minutes; REB= Rebounds; AST= Assists; STL = Steals; BLK = Blocks; PTS = Points" [http://www.basketball-reference.com/wnba/teams/DET/2003.html]


*Won WNBA Eastern Conference Semifinals (2-1) over Cleveland Rockers
*Won WNBA Eastern Conference Finals (2-0) over Connecticut Sun
*Won WNBA Finals (2-1) over Los Angeles Sparks


External Links

* [http://www.basketball-reference.com/wnba/teams/DET/2003.html Shock on Basketball Reference]

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