Holdsclaw to miss rest of WNBA season

Holdsclaw to miss rest of WNBA season

By Sports Network–
The Sports Network

San Antonio Silver Stars forward Chamique Holdsclaw will miss the remainder of the season because of a torn right Achilles tendon.

Chamique Holdsclaw-Siver Stars forward (photo courtesy of

Holdsclaw was hurt during Sunday’s game against Minnesota and an MRI exam revealed the severity of the injury.

The Silver Stars said Holdsclaw will undergo surgery at a future date.

Holdsclaw was San Antonio’s third-leading scorer this season, averaging 13.6 points in 29 games. She was also the team’s second-leading rebounder with 5.3 boards per game.

For Chamique Holdsclaw the 2010 season began with a cloud of speculation after she requested a trade from the Atlanta Dream. Unable to trade her, Atlanta released the six-time all star, a move that opened the flood gates of questions.  What was going on with the former No.1 overall pick in 1999?  Advance three months and Holdsclaw, 32 is happily playing on a team that needs her talents and experience. caught up with Silver Star’s forward after a game in NY against the Liberty and chatted with her about the season.  And Chamique has a message for her fans.   Take a look…

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Denise J. Saul is the Founder/President of WSEN-Women's Sports & Entertainment Network.

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