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Single-elimination 2nd round continues Sunday with #6 Dream vs. #4 Sky at 1 PM ET on ESPN 2

New Playoff Format Explained


Diana Taurasi's 30 points moved her past Lisa Leslie (908) for 2nd all-time in WNBA playoff scoring. Taurasi now has 927 postseason points.

Boxscore vs. Liberty

#24Forever: Tamika's Top 10 Plays

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EDD (Thumb) Out For 2nd Round

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Top 8 teams regardless of conference qualified. Top 2 seeds received byes to best-of-5 semifinals, which begin Sept. 28 with #1 Lynx vs. #8 Mercury. Finals begin Oct. 9.

Playoffs Schedule

WNBA "Pass The Ball"

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MVP Race

Charles became 3rd player to lead WNBA in both scoring & rebounding. Ogwumike's 73.7 TS% was best ever across WNBA/NBA history. Race to MVP

Inside The W with Michelle Smith: Awards Season

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Tamika's Final Season


Retiring Catchings finished as the WNBA's all-time leader in rebounds and steals, as well as second on the all-time scoring list.
2016 Awards
Around the WNBA
DeLisha Milton-Jones Retires

DeLisha Milton-Jones Career Retrospective

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Swoopes Enters the Hall

Hall of Fame

Four-time champion Sheryl Swoopes, the first player ever to sign into the WNBA, became the fourth WNBA player enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame.

"Dreams Do Come True"
Rio Olympics
WNBA 101


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20th Season

The WNBA launched on April 24, 1996 and began play in June 1997

WNBA History Hub

WNBA History Hub

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All-Time Champions

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Watch Me Work

2016 Playoffs Leaders