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Latest Diana Taurasi Items
Diana Taurasi and the Phoenix Mercury looked like the high-flying team that has been in the WNBA Western Conference finals four of the last five years.
With Magic Johnson sitting along the baseline, the Los Angeles Sparks were eager to make a positive first impression on their new owner.
UConn's Bria Hartley has never had a 40-point game or a triple-double.
Breanna Stewart left a lasting impression at the U.S. women's basketball team training camp last fall.
Expected to dominate, they did.
President Obama missed the U.S. women's basketball team's 99-67 victory over Brazil Monday night at Verizon Center, but he arrived just in time to give the players a few parting thoughts.
A look at the two WNBA conference finals series, which start Thursday:
Candice Dupree scored a season-high 27 points and Diana Taurasi finished with 21 points as the Phoenix Mercury snapped a two-game losing streak with an 86-79 win over the Washington Mystics on Sunday
Diana Taurasi picked off an errant pass by Sue Bird and made a driving shot with 6.3 seconds left to lift the Phoenix Mercury past the Seattle Storm 81-79 Tuesday night.