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ESPN’s coverage of the ’06 WNBA All-Star Game delivered a 0.4/ (447,000 HHs), down 20.0% from a 0.5/ (464,000 HHs) in ’02, the last time the network aired the event. The following are ratings and attendance figures since the event’s inaugural year (THE DAILY).
WNBA ALL-STAR GAME RATINGS TRENDYRNETRAT/SHR (HHs)LOCATIONATTENDANCEWINNER'06ESPN0.4/ (447,000)New York12,998EAST'05ABC1.0/3Connecticut9,168WEST'04—NO TRADITIONAL ALL-STAR GAME DUE TO OLYMPICS—'03ABC1.1/3New York18,610WEST'02ESPN0.5/ (464,000)Washington19,487WEST'01ESPN0.5/ (430,000)Orlando16,906WEST'00ESPN0.7/ (573,000)Phoenix17,717WEST'99ESPN1.1/ (843,000)New York18,649WEST
NOTE: All cable marks are coverage area ratings.