Postseason Awards: 2006

All-WNBA Teams
All-WNBA First Team
Lisa Leslie, Center, Los Angeles Sparks
Diana Taurasi, Guard, Phoenix Mercury
Tamika Catchings, Forward, Indiana Fever
Lauren Jackson, Forward, Seattle Storm
Katie Douglas, Guard, Connecticut Sun

All-WNBA Second Team
Cheryl Ford, Center, Detroit Shock
Alana Beard, Guard, Washington Mystics
Taj McWilliams-Franklin, Forward, Connecticut Sun
Seimone Augustus, Guard, Minnesota Lynx
Sheryl Swoopes, Forward, Houston Comets

Defensive Player of the Year
Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever

WNBA All-Defensive Teams
First Team
Tamika Catchings, Forward, Indiana Fever
Lisa Leslie, Center, Los Angeles Sparks
Sheryl Swoopes, Forward, Houston Comets
Katie Douglas, Forward, Connecticut Sun
Tully Bevilaqua, Guard, Indiana Fever

Second Team
Alana Beard, Guard, Washington Mystics
Margo Dydek, Center, Connecticut Sun
Deanna Nolan, Guard, Detroit Shock
Cheryl Ford, Forward, Detroit Shock
Yolanda Griffith, Forward, Sacramento Monarchs

Coach of the Year
Mike Thibault, Connecticut Sun

Most Valuable Player
Lisa Leslie, Los Angeles Sparks

Rookie of the Year
Seimone Augustus, Minnesota Lynx

All-Rookie Team
Seimone Augustus, Minnesota Lynx
Cappie Pondexter, Phoenix Mercury
Candice Dupree, Chicago Sky
Sophia Young, San Antonio Silver Stars
Monique Currie, Charlotte Sting

Most Improved Player
Erin Buescher, Sacramento Monarchs

Sportsmanship Award
Dawn Staley, Houston Comets

Bud Light Peak Performers
Scoring: Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
Rebounding: Cheryl Ford, Detroit Shock

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Western Champs Trophy Presentation

The Phoenix Mercury are presented with the 2014 Western Conference champion trophy after defeating the Lynx to advance to the WNBA Finals.

Lynx vs. Mercury - Game 3

Diana Taurasi has 31 points to lead the Phoenix Mercury to a 96-78 win over the Minnesota Lynx on Tuesday night, putting the Mercury into the WNBA Finals.

Taurasi from Halfcourt

Diana Taurasi sinks an incredible halfcourt buzzer-beater at the end of the third quarter.

Through the Lens: Fever vs. Sky Game 2

Check out some of the best highlights from the thrilling, double overtime game between the Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky through the eye of our super slow motion phantom camera!

Fowles Leads Sky In Game 2

Sylvia Fowles ended up with 27 points on an impressive 12-14 shooting, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 3 steals to help the Chicago Sky tie the Eastern Conference Finals at 1 game apiece versus the Indiana Fever.