The best of the WNBA will be on display as representatives of their countries and the greater game of basketball at the Olympic Games in Athens.
Tamika Catchings, USA
Ruth Riley, Detroit Shock
Shannon Johnson, San Antonio Silver Stars
Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets
Griffith, Sacramento Monarchs
Thompson, Houston Comets
Los Angeles Sparks
Catchings, Indiana Fever
Jackson, Seattle Storm
Elena Baranova, New York Liberty
Mo'ne Davis attended game 2 in Minnesota and had the chance to meet members of the Lynx and Mercury pregame.
Check out this clip of Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals through the slow-motion lens of the phantom cam.
Check out some dazzling plays from the WNBA MVP Maya Moore, as she scored 32 points to lead the Lynx to even the series 1-1.
Maya Moore explodes for 32 points with Seimone Augustus adding 23 points, as the Lynx beat the Mercury 82-77 to even the series 1-1.
With under 30 seconds to go in regulation, Seimone Augustus knocks down the catch-and-shoot jumper for the 3-point play opportunity.