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National TV

Tune in to ESPN2 tonight at 8 p.m. ET as Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx host Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics.

National TV Schedule

All-Access: Taurasi's Record Breaking Night

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NBA No. 1 Pick Markelle Fultz on Kelsey Plum

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Race to MVP: Welcome to Stardom, Jonquel Jones

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#WatchMeWork: WNBA Tickets

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Diana Taurasi

On Sunday, Taurasi passed Tina Thompson as the WNBA's all-time leading scorer (7,494 career points).

Infographic: Taurasi's Historic Career

Taurasi's Career Scoring Milestones

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#24Forever to Become a Reality On Saturday

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WNBA.com/Tamika

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WNBA's Top 10 All-Time Scorers

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2017 WNBA All-Star Voting Has Begun

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Diana Taurasi: All-Time Leading Scorer

Taurasi's Path to the Record

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Live Streaming

20 games will be streamed live on Twitter this season and in '18 & '19. Next game: Sparks @ Sun, June 27

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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

WNBA History

WNBA History Hub

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All-Time Champions

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#WatchMeWork

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