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Storm Forward Lauren Jackson Named WNBA MVP; Storm Coach Brian Agler Named COY

Lauren Jackson, Seattle Storm forward, has been named MVP of the 2010 WNBA season.

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Storm Coach Brian Agler Named 2010 WNBA Coach Of The Year

In a feature about WNBA MVP Lauren Jackson, ESPN's Mechelle Voepel writes that Seattle Storm head coach Brian Agler has been named 2010 WNBA Coach of the Year.

"She's the best player," said Seattle's Brian Agler, who also will be honored Thursday night as the league's coach of the year. "Because she can do it at both ends night in and night out. "People focus so much on her offense, they don't realize how impactful she is defensively. She is really a dominant defender."

Agler was last seen awkwardly doing his version of the Stanky Legg.

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