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SECAUCUS, N.J., May 27, 2008 � Like every Tuesday during the season, it's time for the latest edition of the Power Rankings. We're still early in the season, but with two unbeaten teams, three winless teams (including the defending champs) and a bunch somewhere in the middle, there's plenty of room for discussion.

Take a look at our full list below, then let us know what you think in our Fan Voice. Post your own Power Rankings and discuss them with your fellow fans.

TEAM (last week's ranking)
1 2-0 After their sparkling opening day win over Phoenix, they've only played once, an 18-point win on Sunday over the expansion Dream. But this appears to be the most complete team in the league right now. Candace Parker's second game as a professional was less startling than her first, but she's still averaging 23.0 points a game and is tied for the league lead in assists (7.0). Lisa Leslie is averaging a double-double at 15.5 and 11.0 per game, DeLisha Milton-Jones is averaging similar numbers and the Sparks have a deep bench. Thursday night at Indiana will be a good gauge of where L.A. sits in the league hierarchy.
2 3-0 Tonight poses a tough test for the unbeaten Sun, who face off against former fan favorite Katie Douglas and the Fever. But Connecticut has impressed to this point, leading the league in scoring and outrebounding its opponents by an average of 15.3 per game. They easily shrugged off Sacramento on Saturday behind 21 points from PG Lindsay Whalen. Tamika Whitmore has exceeded expectations down low, rookie Amber Holt is averaging nearly eight points a night and Barbara Turner has been reinvigorated with her move back to the Constitution State. Oh, and Sandrine Gruda has joined the Sun from overseas. This is looking more and more like a playoff team.
3-1 The Storm suffered their first setback of 2008 Saturday in San Antonio, but they'll still be a force to be reckoned with in the West. Yes, they had to play from behind in winning their first three games, but there's too much talent on this roster to miss out on the postseason. Lauren Jackson's 30-point, nine-board game in the win over Phoenix was the first glimpse of her MVP performance of a year ago, but she'll no doubt heat up. Sue Bird is scoring and dishing at will and Swin Cash looks like a different person after a relative off year in Detroit.
4-1 None of Detroit's four wins have come against a team ranked higher than seventh in this week's rankings, but Bill Laimbeer's crew is among the East's beasts yet again. Despite not starting a single game, Plenette Pierson has been the Shock's most dependable scorer at 17.0 ppg. Kara Braxton, too, has been excellent off the bench and Deanna Nolan has been improving since spraining her ankle overseas. Meanwhile, veterans Katie Smith and Cheryl Ford are as dependable as ever.
5 2-1 After falling in their opener in Sacramento, the Silver Stars have caught fire, topping Phoenix and Seattle at home this past week. Third-year forward Sophia Young may be the league's MVP to this point, Becky Hammon is starting to rebound from her early shooting woes and Erin Buescher seems healthy and ready to contribute. Furthermore, Ann Wauters has joined the squad from Europe and will add another dimension down low against the other big posts in the West.
1-0 There's still just a single game under the Lynx' belts, but they get the benefit of the doubt after topping Detroit last Sunday. Stilll, road games this week at Houston and Chicago will be solid tests of Minnesota's mettle. Will Charde Houston bounce back after her impressive opening performance? Will fellow rookie Candice Wiggins earn a spot in the starting lineup? Will third-year forward Seimone Augustus continue her rise to WNBA superstardom? Most importantly, can the Lynx make the playoffs for the first time since 2004? We'll find out.
1-1 The Fever were dropped in Detroit in a midweek matchup, but they should still be near the top in the East. Katie Douglas has continued her torrid scoring and looks to light up her old teammates tonight in Connecticut. Tan White, too, has been a solid scorer for new coach Lin Dunn. But without Tamika Catchings, as the Fever will once again be tonight, this is a team that struggles to put the ball in the basket. Thankfully, they have the best defense in the league, which is allowing a WNBA-low 64.5 ppg. But this is a tough stretch for Indy, who travels to Connecticut tonight, then hosts L.A. and Detroit later in the week.
Chicago (11)
1-1 The Sky are still right on the cusp of the playoffs in the hard-to-call Eastern Conference, but the win last week against the Monarchs was a solid one. Rookie of the Year Armintie Price showed that she's more than just a good athlete, putting up 22 points on 9-12 shooting. Candice Dupree added 22 of her own and rookie center Sylvia Fowles started her second straight game and vastly improved on her debut, notching 11 points, seven rebounds and four blocks.
New York (10)
1-2 The Liberty looked terrific in Thursday's big home win over Washington, but lost over the weekend in Detroit. While New York has talent at every position -- especially in Shameka Christon, Cathrine Kraayeveld and PG Loree Moore -- the team still lacks a consistent, dependable scorer... a position they hoped 2007 Most Improved Player Janel McCarville would fill. But McCarville sprained her thumb in the win over the Mystics and -- like Erin Thorn -- has struggled to live up to last season's standard. Second-year forward Tiffany Jackson is beginning to establish herself as a big-time player down low.
10 1-3 The Monarchs are a good team. Rebekkah Brunson is a rising star and Kara Lawson has been filling it up since being thrust into a starting role. The Monarchs even posted an impressive season-opening win over the Silver Stars, but they've lost three straight since. The issue is the struggles of Sacramento's trademark defense: they're allowing the third most points per game in the league (78.0) and are getting outscored by an average of nine points a night.
Phoenix (9)
0-3 You and I both know that the Mercury aren't the 11th best team in the WNBA, but because record is a major part of these rankings, Phoenix falls to this spot. Their three losses have come to three excellent Western Conference opponents -- L.A., San Antonio and Seattle -- by just five, five and four points respectively, so it shouldn't take much to turn this ship around. Especially given that Cappie Pondexter and Diana Taurasi remain two of the most dangerous offensive players in the game.
1-2 Having lost starting point guard Nikki Blue (she may miss a month with a high-ankle sprain) from an offense already averaging a league-low 60.7 ppg, the Mystics are struggling to put the ball in the hoop. Amber Jacobs takes the reins and will continue to try to get the ball to veteran forward Taj McWilliams-Franklin and newly healthy Alana Beard. Yes, they snuck past the Comets on Sunday, but Atlanta poses another threat Tuesday night.
Houston (13)
0-2 The team with the second lowest scoring average in the league has reason for concern as well. Despite landing veterans Shannon Johnson and Mwadi Mabika in the offseason, the Comets are leading the league in turnovers a game with 23.5. Tina Thompson is still playing at an All-Star level, but she's the only Houston player averaging in double figures. Rookie Matee Ajavon continues to impress off the bench, but center Michelle Snow needs to contribute more than eight and five a night.
Atlanta (14)
0-3 Two sell-outs to open the season in Atlanta does mean the Dream are getting some serious support, but the team is going to struggle in its debut season. Sure, they've lost their first three games by an average of 21 points a night, but the teams they've lost to are a combined 9-1 so far in 2008. Also on the positive side, Betty Lennox and Iziane Castro Marques are filling up the scoresheet and Erika Desouza is leading the league in rebounding.