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Lisa Leslie’s superhuman performance in the regular season carried into the postseason, where she eventually won Finals MVP for the Los Angeles Sparks.

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The Los Angeles Sparks proved that they could handle the pressures of top billing during this postseason, and the No. 1 team celebrated its first WNBA title after a two-game sweep of the Charlotte Sting. Lisa Leslie’s Most Valuable Player performance made her the first WNBA player to sweep all three MVP awards — regular-season, All-Star and Finals — in the same season.

First Round
– Charlotte defeats Cleveland, 2-1
Charlotte 53, Cleveland 46 (Aug. 16)
Cleveland 69, Charlotte 51 (Aug. 18)
Charlotte 72, Cleveland 64 (Aug. 20)

– New York defeats Miami, 2-1
New York 62, Miami 46 (Aug. 17)
Miami 53, New York 50 (Aug. 19)
New York 72, Miami 61 (Aug. 21)

– Los Angeles defeats Houston, 2-0
Los Angeles 64, Houston 59 (Aug. 18)
Los Angeles 70, Houston 58 (Aug. 20)

– Sacramento defeats Utah, 2-0
Sacramento 89, Utah 65 (Aug. 17)
Sacramento 71, Utah 66 (Aug. 19)

Conference Finals
– Charlotte defeats New York, 2-1
New York 61, Charlotte 57 (Aug. 24)
Charlotte 62, New York 53 (Aug. 26)
Charlotte 48, New York 44 (Aug. 27)

– Los Angeles defeats Sacramento, 2-1
L.A. 74, Sacramento 73 (Aug. 24)
Sacramento 80, L.A. 60 (Aug. 26)
L.A. 93, Sacramento 62 (Aug. 27)

Finals
– Los Angeles defeats Charlotte, 2-0
L.A. 75, Charlotte 66 (Aug. 30)
L.A. 82, Charlotte 54 (Sept. 1)