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Cleveland Rockers

The Cleveland Rockers are a Women's National Basketball Association team. The Rockers were one of the original eight franchises that started in 1997.

Table of contents
1 Uniform
2 WNBA Championships
3 History
4 Retired Numbers
5 Hall of Famers
6 Not to be Forgotten
7 Current Stars


White with water blue lines over the shoulders at home, and Black with water blue lines over the shoulders on the road, with a basketball-shaped guitar and the name Rockers.

WNBA Championships



The Rockers, who got their nickname to honor
Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, have had little success historically. In 1997, they started with such players like Isabelle Fijalwoski and former Harlem Globetrotters member Lynette Woodard, who had been the first female player in Globetrotter history. The Rockers missed the playoffs in 1997, made them in 1998 but lost to the Phoenix Mercury in the Eastern conference finals, and have not made the playoffs ever since.

Retired Numbers

Hall of Famers

Not to be Forgotten

Current Stars