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Vandersloot Not Named All-Star Starter, Could Be Reserve

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Courtney Vandersloot wasn't named a starter, but could be selected as a reserve for the WNBA All-Star game Courtney Vandersloot wasn't named a starter, but could be selected as a reserve for the WNBA All-Star game

She wasn't selected as a starter on Thursday, but former Gonzaga guard Courtney Vandersloot could still be selected as a reserve for this year's WNBA All-Star game.

Vandersloot, just a rookie with the Chicago Sky, was in the running to be an All-Star this year. Indiana's Tamika Catchings led all players with 32,706 votes, followed by Seattle's Sue Bird and Minnesota's Maya Moore. Moore is the first rookie voted to start the WNBA All-Star game since Catchings and Bird did it in 2002.

Other guards on the starting roster include Diana Taurasi (Phoenix) and Katie Douglas (Indiana).

2011 WNBA All-Star Starters
Western Conference Eastern Conference
G - Sue Bird (Seattle Storm) G - Cappie Pondexter (New York Liberty)
G - Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury) G - Katie Douglas (Indiana Fever)
F - Maya Moore (Minnesota Lynx) F - Tamika Catchings (Indiana Fever)
F - Swin Cash (Seattle Storm) F - Angel McCoughtry (Atlanta Dream)
C - Candace Parker (Los Angeles Sparks) C - Tina Charles (Connecticut Sun)
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