Cleveland Rockers

The Cleveland Rockers were a team of North American women's professional basketball league the WNBA. Its home games wearing the team at the Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Rockers, who were founded in 1997, were the sister team of the NBA clubs Cleveland Cavaliers. The team owner was Gordon Gund, who also owned the Cavaliers. In September 2003, Gund explained that his company wanted to retire from the WNBA business. Since no new owner could be found for the team, the Cleveland Rockers had to suspend their gaming operations.

The Rockers got their team name in honor of Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Season after season

The players

  • Cindy Blodgett ( Guard, United States, United States)
  • Jenny Boucek (United States United States)
  • Helen Darling ( Guard, United States, United States)
  • Isabelle Fijalkowski ( France )
  • Eva Nemcova (Czech Republic Czech Republic)
  • Penny Taylor (Forward, Australia )
  • LaToya Thomas (Forward, United States United States)
  • Ann Wauters ( Centre, Belgium )
  • Lynette Woodard (United States United States, was admitted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame )

Head Coach

From 1997 to 1999, the Rockers by Linda Hill - McDonald were trained. Then (up to the resolution team in 2003 ) took over Dan Hughes this office.