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List of Women's National Basketball Association season turnovers leaders

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List of Women's National Basketball Association season turnovers leaders

Statistics accurate as of August 18, 2015
Year Player Turnovers
1997 Chantel Tremitiere 122
1998 Nikki McCray 125
1999 Ticha Penicheiro 135
2000 Lisa Leslie 103
2001 Dawn Staley 100
2002 Rita Williams 100
2002 Sue Bird 109
2003 Sue Bird 110
2004 Becky Hammon 118
2005 Shannon Johnson 113
2006 Lisa Leslie 126
2007 DeLisha Milton-Jones 121
2008 Lisa Leslie 119
2009 Becky Hammon 111
2010 Diana Taurasi 110
2011 Becky Hammon 119
2012 Kristi Toliver 124
2013 Angel McCoughtry 134
2014 Angel McCoughtry 116

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  • WNBA Single Season Leaders and Records for Turnovers
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