WNBA Playoff History: 2007

Cappie Pondexter was the 2007 Finals M.V.P.
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The Mercury Win Title In Detroit
2007 Finals M.V.P. Cappie Pondexter helped Phoenix win its first WNBA championship. She averaged 22.0 ppg and 5.6 apg in the Finals against the defending champs, the Detroit Shock. With each team winning one game at home and one game on the road, the series came down to a decisive Game 5 in Detroit. Phoenix became the first team to win a title on the road, defeating the Shock 108-92.

First Round
-Detroit defeats New York 2-1
New York 73, Detroit 51
Detroit 76, New York 73
Detroit 71, New York 70 (OT)

-Indiana defeats Connecticut 2-1
Connecticut 93, Indiana 88 (3OT)
Indiana 79, Connecticut 59
Indiana 93, Connecticut 88 (OT)

-Phoenix defeats Seattle 2-0
Phoenix 101, Seattle 84
Phoenix 95, Seattle 89

-San Antonio defeats Sacramento 2-1
Sacramento 86, San Antonio 65
San Antonio 86, Sacramento 61
San Antonio 80, Sacramento 78

Conference Finals
-Detroit defeats Indiana 2-1
Indiana 75, Detroit 65
Detroit 77, Indiana 63
Detroit 81, Indiana 65

-Phoenix defeats San Antonio 2-0
Phoenix 102, San Antonio 100
Phoenix 98, San Antonio 92

Finals
-Phoenix defeats Detroit 3-2
Detroit 108, Phoenix 100
Phoenix 98, Detroit 70
Detroit 88, Phoenix 83
Phoenix 77, Detroit 76
Phoenix 108, Detroit 92

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