Indeed it was, and how good it was has been magnified by the professional success enjoyed by those women.
In terms of just how good those girls were at the end of the day, I think that's the best starting lineup until someone proves otherwise.
However, the 2014 team could easily end up with more honors. The 2002 team had the distinction of all five startes being first, second, third, or honorable mention AAs. I could see the 2014 lineup exceeding that. With Griner gone, Stef will very likely be a first or second-team AA as a senior. Breanna Stewart, if she lives up to her hype, could be a first or second teamer as well by her sophomore year. Same for KML by her junior year, and for Bria as a senior. The only major question mark in my mind is whether Moriah will have fully arrived as a soph enough to earn AA distinction. So in terms of individual awards, that starting five definitely could meet or exceed the 2002 haul.
The final point is that the 2002 team didn't play with much of a bench. Part of why the 2003 team was projected to be outside of the top 10 by many was because, outside of D, everyone else was a relatively unknown quantity. Meanwhile, if my projection of the starting five is accurate, the 2014 team will have Banks, Kiah, Tuck, Johnson, and Engeln PLUS the possibility of some terrific freshmen. So bench n 2014 would blow 2002's out of the water. Exciting to think about,to be sure, but the 2002 team is in the books and have their place in history firmly established.