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May 29, 2007 at 10:34 AM

Washington watch

The Eastern Conference is turning out to be a three-headed race, but not the three teams expected. OK, it has been only a few games, so you’ve got some time Connecticut, but New York is undefeated with wins against Chicago and Washington.
Local product Cathrine Kraayeveld helped in both wins with better play inside. The forward from Lake Washington High had 16 points, six rebounds and five assists against the Mystics on Thursday.
Kraayeveld is the only active WNBA player with ties to the state of Washington. San Antonio center Chantelle Anderson, who graduated from Hudson Bay High in Vancouver, is out with Achilles and knee injuries. She’s going to be part of the Silver Stars’ television broadcast twice this season and possibly add some color to the radio broadcast. But she’s not expected to return until July — if then.
“It could be next year,” Anderson said. “The Achilles is a real tricky injury.”

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