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June 29, 2002 | From Associated Press
Chamique Holdsclaw was on crutches in the Washington Mystics' locker room. Over on the Portland Fire's side, Jackie Stiles, placed on injured reserve before the game, was hobbling around in a walking cast; and DeMya Walker was with a dentist. Holdsclaw, the WNBA's leading scorer and rebounder, suffered a high ankle sprain when her leg was pinned under Walker while the two battled under the basket during the first half of the Fire's 72-66 victory before 6,761 fans Friday at Portland, Ore.
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June 29, 2002 | From Associated Press
Chamique Holdsclaw was on crutches in the Washington Mystics' locker room. Over on the Portland Fire's side, Jackie Stiles, placed on injured reserve before the game, was hobbling around in a walking cast; and DeMya Walker was with a dentist. Holdsclaw, the WNBA's leading scorer and rebounder, suffered a high ankle sprain when her leg was pinned under Walker while the two battled under the basket during the first half of the Fire's 72-66 victory before 6,761 fans Friday at Portland, Ore.
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March 30, 2001 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arch madness. That's how it is, across Missouri this week. And here comes Jackie Stiles, dribbling up the 44 Freeway from Springfield, Mo., on her way at last to the NCAA Final Four. It's fun to say she's carrying her team on her back, but it upsets her (and her coach), so let's let that go for a moment.
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March 30, 2001 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arch madness. That's how it is, across Missouri this week. And here comes Jackie Stiles, dribbling up the 44 Freeway from Springfield, Mo., on her way at last to the NCAA Final Four. It's fun to say she's carrying her team on her back, but it upsets her (and her coach), so let's let that go for a moment.
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August 17, 2001 | From Associated Press
Charlotte Smith sat shivering in a cold whirlpool, aching from too many ailments to count, yet still able to savor the biggest game of her pro career. Smith scored all 10 of her points in a six-minute stretch of the second half Thursday night, lifting the surging Charlotte Sting to a 53-46 victory over the Cleveland Rockers at Charlotte, N.C., in the first game of the WNBA's best-of-three Eastern Conference semifinals.
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June 17, 2001 | Earl Gustkey
AT LOS ANGELES, 6:30 Site--Staples Center. Radio--KWKU-AM (1220). Records--Fire 4-1, Sparks 7-0. Sparks vs. Fire (2000)--2-1. Update--The Sparks can reach 8-0 at the WNBA season's one-quarter mark. The foe: acclaimed rookie Jackie Stiles and the Portland Fire, an 81-74 overtime winner at Sacramento on Saturday. Stiles, the No. 4 overall pick in the WNBA draft, set the all-time NCAA career scoring record at Southwest Missouri State, taking her team to the Final Four last season.
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July 5, 2001 | From Associated Press
Lauren Jackson had 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Seattle Storm past the Portland Fire, 61-56, Wednesday night before a crowd of 7,928 at Portland, Ore. It was the second consecutive double-double for Jackson. She also accomplished the feat Tuesday in a four-overtime loss to Washington. Jackie Stiles had 18 points for the Fire (8-6), which shot only 32% from the field. Jamie Redd added 18 points for Seattle (8-8).
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June 25, 2001 | From Associated Press
Tina Thompson and Janeth Arcain each scored 22 points as the Comets extended their winning streak to eight games with a 67-57 victory over the Portland Fire before 9,389 on Sunday at Houston. Houston's only loss of the season came in its season opener against the Sparks. Arcain scored 16 points in the second half, including six in an 8-0 run to finish the game after Portland (6-3) had closed within 59-57. "This just feels good," Arcain said. "We beat a tough team tonight.
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July 3, 2001 | From Associated Press
Tari Phillips scored 16 points to lead New York to a 66-60 victory over the Detroit Shock on Monday night, extending the Liberty's winning streak at Madison Square Garden to five games. Tied, at 57-57, with 2:13 remaining, the Liberty went on a 7-0 run to take control. Sue Wicks and Teresa Weatherspoon each added 11 points for New York (10-4), which has won nine of its last 10 games. Former President Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton were among the crowd of 14,052.
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July 25, 2001
Marie Ferdinand scored 16 points to lead the Utah Starzz to a 76-67 victory Tuesday night over the Houston Comets before 12,177 at Houston. Natalie Williams scored 15 points, and Adrienne Goodson added 13 for the Starzz, who have won five of eight. Utah is tied with Portland for the fourth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. The Starzz (10-11) won for the first time in Houston and defeated the Comets for only the second time in the series, dating to 1997.
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