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List of Women's National Basketball Association season steals leaders

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List of Women's National Basketball Association season steals leaders

The Women's National Basketball Association's (WNBA) steals title is awarded to the player with the highest steals per game (spg) average in a given season. The highest league-leading spg was Teresa Weatherspoon's 3.33 spg in 1998. The lowest league-leading spg was 2.21, achieved by Nykesha Sales and Yolanda Griffith in 2004.

Statistics accurate as of August 7, 2015
Year Player Games played Total minutes minutes per game Total steals Steals per game
1997 Teresa Weatherspoon 28 924 33.0 85 3.04
1998 Teresa Weatherspoon 30 1002 33.4 100 3.33
1999 Yolanda Griffith 29 979 33.8 73 2.52
2000 Sheryl Swoopes 31 1090 35.2 87 2.81
2001 Debbie Black 32 946 29.6 82 2.56
2002 Tamika Catchings 32 1167 36.5 94 2.94
2003 Sheryl Swoopes 31 1084 35.0 77 2.48
2004 Yolanda Griffith 34 1031 30.3 75 2.21
2004 Nykesha Sales 34 1096 32.2 75 2.21
2005 Tamika Catchings 34 1174 34.5 90 2.65
2006 Tamika Catchings 32 1071 33.5 94 2.94
2007 Tamika Catchings 21 678 32.3 66 3.14
2008 Alexis Hornbuckle 34 747 22.0 79 2.32
2009 Tamika Catchings 34 1084 31.9 99 2.91
2010 Tamika Catchings 34 1068 31.4 77 2.26
2011 Sancho Lyttle 22 577 26.2 52 2.36
2012 Angel McCoughtry 24 718 29.9 60 2.50
2013 Tamika Catchings 30 942 31.4 85 2.83
2014 Angel McCoughtry 31 970 31.3 74 2.39

See also

External links

  • WNBA Year-by-Year Leaders and Records for Steals | Basketball-Reference.com
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