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All-Access: Sue Bird at WNBA All-Star

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EDD's Near Perfection From Charity Stripe

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All-Access: Sun Prepare for Playoff Push

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Phantom Cam: Best of WNBA All-Star

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NBA TV

Friday's six-game slate features a pair of NBA TV contests, starting with Sun-Mystics at 7 p.m. ET and finishing with Storm-Wings at 10 p.m. ET.

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All-Star All-Access: Behind the Scenes in Seattle

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Inside the W: Five Impact Players Going Forward

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Twitter

The WNBA is live streaming 20 regular-season games on Twitter this year. The next Twitter contest is Sunday between the Sun and Fever.

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#WatchMeWork: WNBA Tickets

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Jones Epitomizes Bright Future of WNBA

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Moore Continues All-Star Game Dominance

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Sue In Seattle: Look Back at Bird's Storied Career

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Jr. WNBA Week: July 20-30
Diana Taurasi: All-Time Leading Scorer

Taurasi's Path to the Record

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Playoffs

Top 8 teams regardless of conference qualify for Playoffs. First 2 rounds are single-elimination, top 2 seeds advance to semifinals.

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21st Season

The WNBA launched on April 24, 1996, began play on June 21, 1997, and is currently in its 21st season

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All-Time Champions

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Watch Me Work - Your Move

NBA Stars On Why They Watch the WNBA Work

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Behind the Scenes: Watch Me Work Shoot

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2017 Regular Season Leaders