WNBA Playoffs History

How well do you know your WNBA playoffs history?

Well, now you can relive all the excitement with year-by-year recaps, leaders, photo galleries, video highlights and all-time records.

1997: A Triumph for the Ages
1997 WNBA Playoffs History
Photo Gallery


1998: Comets Fly High in Finals
1998 WNBA Playoffs History
Photo Gallery


1999: The Comets Continue Reign
1999 WNBA Playoffs History
Photo Gallery


2000: Comets Make It Four for Four
2000 WNBA Playoffs History
Photo Gallery


2001: L.A. Sparkles in Championship
2001 WNBA Playoffs History
Photo Gallery


2002: Sparks Fly as L.A. Claims Title
2002 WNBA Playoffs History
Finals Galleries: Game 1 | Game 2
First round | Conference Final

2003: Shocking Upset for Detroit's Title
2003 WNBA Playoffs History
Finals Photo Galleries | Playoffs Galleries


2004: Storm Block Out the Sun
2004 WNBA Playoffs History
Finals Photo Galleries | Playoffs Galleries


2005: Monarchs Wear the Crown
2005 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2006: Shock Dethrone Monarchs
2006 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2007: Mercury Win in Detroit
2007 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2008: Shock Sweep Silver Stars
2008 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2009: Mercury Cool Fever, Win Second Title
2009 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2010: Storm Sweeps Dream for Second Title
2010 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2011: Lynx Win First Title in Franchise History
2011 WNBA Playoffs History
Playoffs Index


2012: Catchings, Fever Win First Crown
2012 WNBA Playoffs
Video: Fever 2012 WNBA Champions

2013: Moore Leads Lynx to Second Title
Playoffs Index


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Video

WNBA Most Improved Player of the Year Presented by Samsung: Skylar Diggins

Tulsa Shock’s Skylar Diggins is the 2014 Samsung Most Improved Player of the Year.

Elena Delle Donne Hits the Game Winner!

Watch as Elena Delle Donne hits the bucket to seal the victory for the Sky, advancing Chicago to the Eastern Conference Finals.

Shoni Schimmel Makes the Precision Pass to Hayes!

Shoni Schimmel goes "showtime" with this laser accurate pass to Tiffany Hayes, who converts the alley-oop layup.

Delle Donne's Career Night

Elena Delle Donne leads the Sky to a comeback win over the Dream with a career-high 34 points as well as the game-winner.

Postgame: Cooper and Lyttle

Michael Cooper and Sancho Lyttle address the media following a disappointing Game 3 loss to the Sky.