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Old 07-24-2010, 05:49 AM   #1
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Default Tina Charles dominating at rebounding in WNBA

The AP reports:

Charles, who helped UConn win consecutive NCAA championships with undefeated records in her last two seasons, entered the weekend averaging 16.0 points and a league-best 12.0 rebounds. If she keeps it up, the 6-foot-4 center could top Chamique Holdsclaw's single-season record average of 11.6 rebounds, set in 2002.

"The rebounding part has been the dominant part," Sun coach Mike Thibault said. "It's been better than I expected. I knew she was a good rebounder but she has been relentless about getting the ball."

Charles also has 15 double-doubles in Connecticut's 21 games this season, two behind the rookie record shared by Yolanda Griffith (1999) and Candace Parker (2008), and four behind the league mark set by Natalie Williams (2000).
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