NEW YORK -- Indiana's Tamika Catchings leads the Eastern
Conference and Seattle's Sue Bird tops the Western Conference in
early WNBA All-Star balloting.
Houston's Sheryl Swoopes, Seattle's Lauren Jackson and Los
Angeles' Lisa Leslie round out the top five vote-getters across the
The WNBA All-Star game will be held July 12 at Madison Square
Garden and televised on ESPN at 7 p.m. ET.
Starters for the All-Star game will be determined by arena and
online fan balloting that ends Sunday.
The starters will be announced on July 5. Reserves will be
selected by the conference coaches.