Most Valuable Player

2014
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx

2013
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks

2012
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Tina Charles, Connecticut Sun

2011
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever

2010
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Kia Motors

Lauren Jackson, Seattle Storm

2009
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Kia Motors

Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury

2008
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by T-Mobile

Candace Parker, Los Angeles Sparks

2007
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Lauren Jackson, Seattle Storm

2006
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Lisa Leslie, Los Angeles Sparks

2005
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award

Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets

2004
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by G.M.

Lisa Leslie, Los Angeles Sparks

2003
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevy

Lauren Jackson, Seattle Storm

2002
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Buick

Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets

2001
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Buick

Lisa Leslie, Los Angeles Sparks

2000
WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Buick

Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets

1999
Yolanda Griffith, Sacramento Monarchs

1998
Cynthia Cooper, Houston Comets


1997
Cynthia Cooper, Houston Comets

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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.

Postgame: Chicago Sky

Sky head coach Pokey Chatman and Sylvia Fowles talk postgame following Chicago's double overtime win over the Fever.

Fever vs. Sky - Game 2

Sylvia Fowles scores 27 points and the Chicago Sky beat the Indiana Fever 86-84 in two overtimes to even the best-of-three Eastern Conference finals on Monday.

Postgame: Indiana Fever

Fever head coach Lin Dunn and Tamika Catchings talk postgame after Indiana falls to the Chicago Sky in Game 2 in double overtime.