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In 2006, Detroit Shock won the championship ? a dream come true. Detroit?s victory was the outcome of continuous hard work. They defeated Indiana in first round and came face to face with Connecticut Suns.
After defeating them in first game, Detroits dropped game 2 and won the series with the third game. In 2003, Detroit were the first to win WNBA Championship, this proved that though Shocks do not win all the time but they sweep away with the game whenever they had to.
Detroit Shocks played against most talked about team the Sacramento Monarchs, which proved to be the most entertaining series in the history of WNBA.
In the finals Deanna Nolan scored 24 points and Katie Smith scored 17 points and became the top scoring players in the game. They won the game with the score difference of 80 ? 75. Match attracted audience from all around, making it a second largest game audience.
Shocks team has enjoyed being famous, attribute the team worked hard for. Katie Smith played in Minnesota to build up her Hall of Fame resume. In 2005 she was traded to the Motor City and 2006 won her a WNBA title.
She was named to the WNBA All Decade Team for her longer term achievements. On the other hand Nolan and Cheryl Ford were chosen as All-Stars.
Detroit Shock has always proved to be good at defense side of the game. By scoring on average of 4.0 blocks per game they set a new record. Being a chairwoman of the boards Cheryl Ford had an average of 11.3 roundabouts and is always looked with honor for she is the only player to finish season with a double ? double.
Inspite of the fact that Detroit Shock?s won the championship in 2006, their performance on the offensive side of the game lacked needed competencies.
They finished the season with an average of 74.3 points per game which made them on number seven in the league only. Their field goal percentage was 41.4% ranking them in the bottom half.
Detroit Shocks made the history of winning back to back but their performance lately let everybody wonder on the chances of showing the same powerful game. Their downfall is also attributing to the fact that Shock has been unable to get its elite play for them.
Ruth Riley, one of the finest players of Shocks, finished off the year with average points of 7.3 per game and 4.9 roundabouts. Riley stopped playing for Shocks in 2007 as she was traded with San Antonio Silver Star for Katie Feenstra. Katie?s average score was 7.8 ppg and 6.2 rebounds per game in the year 2006.
Another Silver Star player who joined Shocks was Shannon Johnson who played her ninth season in WNBA with the team. Pee Wee?s average score was 11.8 points,4.6 assists and 3.6 rebounds per game.
She is the only hope for Shocks to return to glory but question still triggers the minds of spectators that how good she will be used in the offensive side of the game.
Detroit Shock has always come out of the tough times with the collective efforts of the team and their coaches Laimbeer and Rick Mahom. Fans look forward for the next season?s games.