All-Star wrap up part I

118-113! East defeats West in All-Star game.

Hoopfeed’s cool story, featuring the complete transcript of the WNBA President Laurel Richie press conference.

Both rookies and vets were excited leading up to the game.

Being all all-star never gets old for repeat honorees.

The league also named its top 15 players of all time:

1.Sue Bird, Seattle Storm (2002-Current)

2.Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever (2002-Current)

3.Cynthia Cooper, Retired, Houston Comets (1997-2000, 2003)

4.Yolanda Griffith, Retired, Indiana Fever (2009) Previous: Sacramento Monarchs (1999-2007), Seattle Storm (2008)

5.Becky Hammon, San Antonio Silver Stars (2007-Current), Previous: New York Liberty (1999-2006)

6.Lauren Jackson, Seattle Storm (2001-Current)

7.Lisa Leslie, Retired, Los Angeles Sparks (1997-2006, 2008-2009)

8.Ticha Penicheiro, Los Angeles Sparks (2010-Current), Previous: Sacramento Monarchs (1998-2009)

9.Cappie Pondexter, New York Liberty (2010-Current), Previous: Phoenix Mercury (2006-2009)

10.Katie Smith, Seattle Storm (Current), Previous: Minnesota Lynx (1999-2005), Detroit Shock (2005-2009), Washington Mystics (2010)

11.Dawn Staley, Retired, Houston Comets (2006-2006), Charlotte Sting (1999-2005)

12.Sheryl Swoopes, Tulsa Shock (Current), Previous: Houston Comets (1997-2000, 2002-2007), Seattle Storm (2008)

13.Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury (2004-Current)
14.Tina Thompson, Los Angeles Sparks (2009-Current), Previous: Houston Comets (1997-2008)

15.Teresa Weatherspoon, Retired, Los Angeles Sparks (2004), New York Liberty (1997-2003)

And the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame announced their new inductees:

Nancy Fahey (Coach)
Nikki McCray (Player)
Pamela McGee (Player)
Igne Nissen (Player)
Robin Roberts (Contributor)
Dawn Staley (Player)