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2004 Detroit Shock season

2004 Detroit Shock season
Head Coach Bill Laimbeer
Arena The Palace of Auburn Hills
Attendance 9,462 per game
Results
Record 17–17
(.500)
Place 3rd (Eastern)
Playoff Finish Lost First Round (2-1) to New York Liberty
Detroit Shock seasons
< 2003 2005 >

The 2004 WNBA season was the 7th season for the Detroit Shock. They were unable to defend their title the year before, losing in the first round to the New York Liberty.

Offseason

Dispersal Draft

Based on the Shock's 2004 record, they would pick 13th in the Cleveland Rockers dispersal draft. The Shock picked Jennifer Rizzotti.

WNBA Draft

Round Pick Player Nationality College/School/Team
1 11 Iciss Tillis (C/F)  United States Duke
1 13 Shereka Wright (F)  United States Purdue
2 23 Erika Valek (G)  United States Purdue
3 32 Jennifer Smith (C)  United States Michigan

Regular season

Season standings

Eastern Conference W L PCT GB Home Road Conf.
Connecticut Sun x 18 16 .529 10–7 8–9 14–6
New York Liberty x 18 16 .529 11–6 7–10 10–10
Detroit Shock x 17 17 .500 1.0 8–9 9–8 11–9
Washington Mystics x 17 17 .500 1.0 11–6 6–11 9–11
Charlotte Sting o 16 18 .471 2.0 10–7 6–11 8–12
Indiana Fever o 15 19 .441 3.0 10–7 5–12 8–12

Season schedule

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 22 @ San Antonio 73-60 Win 1-0
May 26 @ New York 52-64 Loss 1-1
May 29 Los Angeles 60-63 Loss 1-2
June 2 Washington 63-65 Loss 1-3
June 6 @ Connecticut 74-73 Win 2-3
June 9 @ Indiana 83-79 Win 3-3
June 11 @ Washington 74-60 Win 4-3
June 12 Indiana 72-68 Win 5-3
June 19 @ Sacramento 84-74 Win 6-3
June 22 Washington 72-78 Loss 6-4
June 23 @ Charlotte 65-60 Win 7-4
June 25 @ Connecticut 67-71 (OT) Loss 7-5
June 27 Connecticut 72-74 Loss 7-6
June 29 Indiana 68-69 Loss 7-7
July 3 @ Minnesota 70-78 Loss 7-8
July 6 Houston 82-63 Win 8-8
July 10 Seattle 70-65 Win 9-8
July 12 Sacramento 51-67 Loss 9-9
July 15 @ Houston 61-97 Loss 9-10
July 16 @ Indiana 73-85 Loss 9-11
July 18 San Antonio 77-71 Win 10-11
July 21 Connecticut 68-78 Loss 10-12
July 23 Charlotte 63-53 Win 11-12
July 24 @ New York 69-78 Loss 11-13
July 28 @ Washington 73-65 Win 12-13
July 30 New York 88-79 Win 13-13
August 1 Minnesota 58-59 Loss 13-14
September 1 Phoenix 58-63 Loss 13-15
September 4 @ Charlotte 66-58 Win 14-15
September 8 @ Seattle 67-86 Loss 14-16
September 9 @ Los Angeles 63-81 Loss 14-17
September 11 @ Phoenix 80-72 Win 15-17
September 14 New York 82-71 (OT) Win 16-17
September 19 Charlotte 68-54 Win 17-17

Playoffs

Game Date Opponent Score Result Record
Eastern Conference Semifinals
1 September 24 New York 62-75 Loss 0-1
2 September 26 @ New York 76-66 Win 1-1
3 September 28 @ New York 64-66 Loss 1-2

Player stats

Note: GP = Games Played; REB = Rebound; AST = Assists; STL = Steals; BLK = Blocks; PTS = Points

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Swin Cash 32 208 135 44 29 526
Deanna Nolan 34 134 112 66 12 464
Ruth Riley 34 199 50 31 53 378
Cheryl Ford 31 297 34 41 25 329
Merlakia Jones 33 69 21 19 2 180
Elaine Powell 30 84 134 36 8 133
Barbara Farris 26 61 7 8 2 118
Chandi Jones 31 34 45 18 5 107
Iciss Tillis 31 39 13 9 8 83
Isabel Sanchez 10 5 3 2 0 22
Ayana Walker 18 26 6 1 4 18
Stacy Stephens 7 9 3 0 0 4
Jae Kingi-Cross 5 1 1 0 0 3
Amisha Carter 2 4 0 2 0 1
Stacey Thomas 1 0 0 0 0 0
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