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Elena Delle Donne has already led Chicago to its first postseason berth in franchise history.
Indiana coach Lin Dunn criticized the coach of the Minnesota Lynx on Thursday, accusing her of a "lack of respect" for an outburst that seemed to spur the Lynx to a win in the WNBA Finals.
A strong performance against the Washington Mystics has pushed the Indiana Fever a bit closer to the top of the Eastern Conference.
Erlana Larkins scored a career-high 16 points to help the Indiana Fever defeat the Washington Mystics 84-66 on Thursday night.
A look at the two WNBA conference finals series, which start Thursday:
A look at the four first-round series in the WNBA playoffs, which start Thursday:
One loss for the Washington Mystics this weekend was excruciating. The second was never in doubt.
With less than a minute to play, the score was tied at 59. The fans, almost all 11,500 of them, were on their feet, cheering loudly in hopes of seeing the Washington Mystics pull off an upset victory over the first-place Indiana Fever.
There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category.
There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars, and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category.
Phoenix's Diana Taurasi, Seattle's Sue Bird and Indiana's Tamika Catchings were voted as starters for the WNBA All-Star game again.
Tamika Catchings had 23 points and 11 rebounds to help the Indiana Fever beat the first-place Atlanta Dream 89-70 on Friday night.
An ugly game turned out beautifully for the Washington Mystics.
Douglas said she's dealing with pain and instability and doesn't know how effective she will be if she plays.
"It's all about our 11 players and each and every night somebody different provides the energy and spark for us," Douglas said.