Lynx Stop Mercury's Streak
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Catchings No. 3 On Scoring List
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EDD Returns as Sky Top Liberty
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Diggins Breaks Shock Record

Lynx Stop Mercury's Streak

Maya Moore scored 20 points, including 12 in the fourth, to lead the Lynx over the Mercury 75-67 on Thursday, ending Phoenix's 16-game winning streak. Griner led Phoenix with 18. Game Info | Box Score

Catchings No. 3 On Scoring List

Needing 15 points to move into third place on the WNBA all-time scoring list, Tamika Catchings scored 16 in the Fever's 76-67 road win Thursday.
>> Top 10 Scorers | Video: Catchings Passes Smith

EDD Returns as Sky Top Liberty

Elena Delle Donne had 10 points in her first game since June to help the Sky to an 87-74 home win over the Liberty on Thursday. Sylvia Fowles led the way with a double-double. >> Game Info | EDD Highlights

Diggins Breaks Shock Record

In Tuesday's game, Skylar Diggins broke the single-season scoring record for a Shock player with 564 total points on this season, joining the ranks of Katie Smith and Swin Cash. Read More
NBA TV: Shoni
Check out this video feature on the Atlanta Dream guard and 2014 WNBA All-Star MVP Shoni "Showtime" Schimmel. Watch Video
>> Schimmel's Circus Shot | Schimmel: Phantom Cam
Ivory Latta's Cancer Scare
In this Mystics Magazine special interview, guard Ivory Latta bravely shares her story of a recent cancer scare. Watch Video
>> WNBA Partners With Bright Pink
>> Latta, Moore Named Players of the Week
Timeout: Seimone Augustus
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She's an All Star. A WNBA champion. An Olympic Gold Medalist. Take a closer look at Minnesota Lynx guard Seimone Augustus.
>> Watch Video
>> Lynx Snap Mercury's 16-Game Win Streak
The Atlanta Dream announced that head coach Michael Cooper has been diagnosed with early stage tongue cancer, and will take a temporary leave of absence from the team. The WNBA family wishes him a healthy and speedy recovery. Read More
WNBA legends Tamika Catchings and Diana Taurasi sat down to reflect upon their storied careers and how their paths have consistently crossed.
>> WATCH: Part I | Part II
espnW: Nine for IX on Griner
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Brittney Griner had an eventful year last year. Her journey ended in China, where she was able to learn about herself. Through it all, espnW was with her.
>> Watch Video | Go to espnW.com
Becky Hammon to Retire At End of Season
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The San Antonio Stars announced that 16-year WNBA veteran Becky Hammon will retire at the conclusion of the 2014 season. Read More | Career Photo Gallery
>> Hammon on Retirement | Hammon Tribute Video
>> Hammon's Time With the Spurs
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Timeout: Seimone Augustus

Take a closer look at Minnesota Lynx guard, Seimone Augustus.

Griner vs Moore Superstar Duel

Check out highlights from Brittney Griner and Maya Moore in an epic western conference battle.

Delle Donne's Return To The Court

After missing 17 of the last 18 games due to an illness, All-Star Elena Delle Donne returned to action for the Sky on Thursday.

Catchings Third All-Time WNBA Leading Scorer

Tamika Catchings passes Katie Smith as WNBA's third all-time leading scorer.

Fever vs. Storm

Tamika Catchings and Marissa Coleman score 16 points apiece to lead the Fever to victory over the Storm 76-67.

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