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Au Revoir, Team USA
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Taylor's Triumphant Return
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Inside Look: The Game Winner
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In a competitive contest, Nneka Ogwumike (7pts, 6rebs) and Team USA topped Australia, 72-66, on Friday in Paris. >> Game Recap | Game Stats
>> Several Post Players Out With Injury

Au Revoir, Team USA

With Team USA in Paris for a few games prior to the 2014 FIBA World Championship, take a look back at the team's training camp in the states. View Gallery
>> Players on Social Media in Paris

Taylor's Triumphant Return

After several years of setbacks due to injury, Penny Taylor finally made it back on the court, only to make history with her Phoenix Mercury teammates.
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Inside Look: The Game Winner

Take an inside look at Mercury coach Sandy Brondello setting up Diana Taurasi's game-winning shot in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals to perfection.
>> Best of Phantom Cam | Taurasi Wins MVP
Is This The Best Team Ever?
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After setting a regular season record for wins and winning a WNBA title, the question now is if this Mercury team is the best ever. We stack their resume against other all-time greats. Read More
>> Watch: Game 3 Mini Movie
Taurasi Shoots Herself Into History
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With one shot in Game 3, Diana Taurasi vaulted herself into yet another stratosphere as it relates to her legendary career.
>> Finals Video | Finals Blog | Taurasi Highlights
>> Best of Phantom Cam | Taurasi Wins MVP
WATCH: Game 3 Mini Movie
Take an all-access look at the thrilling conclusion to the WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile with this Game 3 mini movie.
>> Best of Phantom Cam | Taurasi Wins MVP
>> Championship Trophy Presentation
Mercury Receive Heroes Welcome
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Fans in Phoenix were ready to cheer on the Mercury following their victory in the 2014 WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile.
>> Watch: Championship Rally
>> Photo Gallery: Mercury Celebration
A balanced scoring effort sparked Team USA to a convincing 76-51 win over Canada in their last exhibition game in the states. Nneka Ogwumike led the team with 10 points.
>> Several USA Post Players Out With Injury
>> Video: Team USA Visits Annapolis
All-WNBA Teams Announced
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MVP Maya Moore highlights the 2014 All-WNBA First Team that also features Skylar Diggins, Brittney Griner, Candace Parker and Diana Taurasi. This is Taurasi's record ninth First-Team nod.
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Becky Hammon: Through the Years
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As Becky Hammon says goodbye after 16 illustrious WNBA seasons, here’s an all-access look back through the archives at one of the most talented and popular players the WNBA has ever seen. Watch
>> Hammon's Speech at Inspiring Women Luncheon
>> Hammon's Time With the Spurs
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USA vs. Canada

Team USA toppled Canada, 71-56, on Monday night in Bridgeport, Conn. Nneka Ogwumike was the team's leading scorer with 10 points.

Quigley with the SWEET Crossover move!

Check out Allie Quigley with the double crossover move to get to the hoop during Game 3 WNBA Finals!

Taurasi hits the Go-Ahead AND1 to WIN the WNBA Finals!

Check out Diana Taurasi hitting the biggest shot of the series to put the Mercury ahead for good in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals.

WNBA Spotlight Presented by Boost Mobile: Episode 12

This week, the WNBA Spotlight shines on Sylvia Fowles of the Chicago Sky.

2014 WNBA Finals – Game 3 Minimovie

An all-access look at the thrilling conclusion to the WNBA Finals – a back and forth classic that crowned the Phoenix Mercury the 2014 champions

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