Erin Phillips

Basketball Player
Born May 19, 1985

Erin Victoria Phillips is an Australian professional women's basketball player. She has played basketball in Australia's WNBL for the Australian Institute of Sport and the Adelaide Lightning. She has played in the USA's WNBA for Connecticut and the Indiana Fever. She has also played professionally for European club sides for teams in Israel and Poland.… Read More

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1985 Birth Born on May 19, 1985.


2003 18 Years Old 1 More Event
Phillips is a guard. In 2003, she had a scholarship with the Australian Institute of Sport.
2004 19 Years Old As a competitor at the 2004 Australian Under-20 national championships, she won the Bob Staunton Award. … Read More


2005 20 Years Old She played for Adelaide Lightning in 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 where she was coached by Chris Lucas. … Read More
In 2006, she was playing for Connecticut Sun. … Read More
2007 22 Years Old In March 2007, she was named to the national team what would prepare for the 2008 Summer Olympics.
2008 23 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2008, she participated in the Good Luck Beijing 2008 held in China in the lead up to the Olympics. … Read More
2010 25 Years Old 1 More Event
In mid-2010, she participated in a tour of China, USA and Hungary.
She helped the Fever win the WNBA Championship in 2012, averaging 13.5 points per game in the finals after an injury to Katie Douglas.
2014 29 Years Old 1 More Event
Prior to the 2014 season, she was traded to the Phoenix Mercury with a second-round draft pick in return for forward Lynetta Kizer and a first-round draft pick.
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