2013 WNBA All-Star Game
The 11th All-Star Game WNBA took place on July 27, 2013 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Montville, Connecticut instead. The League leadership awarded on 27 September 2012, the game of the Connecticut Sun, who were in 2005 and 2009 hosts. As occurred in the past few years while at a selection of the best players in the Eastern Conference against a team in the Western Conference.
At the event, the best players in the WNBA participated. In a worldwide vote on the Internet, the starting line of the Western Conference and the Eastern Conference was determined, while the remaining places were awarded in the squad by the coaches within the Conference. The trainer had to decide for each of six players, with at least two of Guards and three front Courts had found. In addition, the head coach could not vote for a player from their team.
Players from the starting line, the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference could be chosen with the mobile phone on the internet at the official website of the WNBA or via SMS. Here, every fan could vote as often. On 18 July 2013, the starting lineup of both teams was announced, with Elena Delle Donne (Chicago Sky) with 35 646 votes, the most received by all players. With 33,810 votes Candace Parker (Los Angeles Sparks ) could combine the second- most votes or majority votes of all Western Conference players in coming.
Head Coach Cheryl Reeve, Minnesota Lynx
The Western Conference could decide the eleventh All-Star Game with 102:98 back for after the defeat in 2011. The East sat down in the second quarter, although a bit and even went with a lead of seven points in the final quarter, when the West went again to just under six minutes on the clock and does not relinquish it later on.
After the game, Candace Parker was named the most valuable player of the All- Star Games. Parker scored in this game, 23 points, 11 rebounds and three assists.