WNBA Playoff History: 2008

Shock Sweep Past Silver Stars
The Shock took home-court advantage away early against the Silver Stars, winning Games 1 and 2 in San Antonio before cruising to an easy Game 3 victory to earn a Finals sweep and win their third WNBA title in six seasons. Veteran guard Katie Smith added to her Olympic gold medal in Beijing by winning the Finals MVP award after averaging 21.7 ppg.

Conference Semifinals
-San Antonio defeats Sacramento 2-1
San Antonio 85, Sacramento 78
Sacramento 84, San Antonio 67
San Antonio 86, Sacramento 81

-Los Angeles defeats Seattle 2-1
Los Angeles 77, Seattle 69
Seattle 64, Los Angeles 50
Los Angeles 71, Seattle 64

-Detroit defeats Indiana 2-1
Detroit 81, Indiana 72
Indiana 89, Detroit 82 (OT)
Detroit 80, Indiana 61

-New York defeats Connecticut 2-1
New York 72, Connecticut 63
Connecticut 73, New York 70
New York 66, Connecticut 62

Conference Finals
-San Antonio defeats Los Angeles 2-1
Los Angeles 85, San Antonio 70
San Antonio 67, Los Angeles 66
San Antonio 76, Los Angeles 72

-Detroit defeats New York 2-1
New York 60, Detroit 56
Detroit 64, New York 55
Detroit 75, New York 73

Finals
-Detroit defeats San Antonio 3-0
Detroit 77, San Antonio 69
Detroit 69, San Antonio 61
Detroit 76, San Antonio 60

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Video

Little League Pitcher Mo'ne Davis Meets WNBA Players in Minnesota

Mo'ne Davis attended game 2 in Minnesota and had the chance to meet members of the Lynx and Mercury pregame.

Through The Lens: Mercury vs. Lynx

Check out this clip of Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals through the slow-motion lens of the phantom cam.

Maya Moore Highlights

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.

Mercury vs. Lynx

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.

Seimone Augustus with the clutch 3-point play!

With under 30 seconds to go in regulation, Seimone Augustus knocks down the catch-and-shoot jumper for the 3-point play opportunity.