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Topic - Phoenix Mercury
Brittney Griner had a busy WNBA offseason. She played in China, vacationed in Miami and watched from courtside while favorite player LeBron James beat her hometown Houston Rockets.
Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne were poised to make history as the first pair of rookies from the same class to start the WNBA All-Star game.
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Brittney Griner left an indelible mark on women's college basketball. Now she's ready to take on the pros.
Phoenix Mercury president Amber Cox is an avid user of social media.
A feel-good story and a photo opportunity left Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton with a broken nose.
Monique Currie breathed a sigh of relief. The seven-year Mystics forward recently found herself in a reserve role for the first time in her career and spent the past six games coming off the bench.
Sammy Prahalis scored seven of her 15 points in the final 2:02 and made a tiebreaking layup with 23 seconds left and the Phoenix Mercury got past the Washington Mystics 80-77 on Wednesday night.
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
Penny Taylor had 18 points, eight assists and five rebounds to lead the Phoenix Mercury over the San Antonio Silver Stars 103-87 on Friday night.