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12 Days 12 Teams Recap: 2018 A Year in Review

Over the final 12 days of 2018, each day we took a look back at the year for each WNBA team, reminiscing over some of the best moments from the past season and looking ahead to the upcoming year as well.

Atlanta Dream

The Atlanta Dream caught fire in 2018, from Tiffany Hayes half-court game winning shot to an epic 5-game WNBA Semifinals run. Check out the best from their last year.

Chicago Sky

From Allie Quigley’s historic All-Star 3-Point Contest performance to Courtney Vandersloot breaking the single-season assist record, take a look back at the Sky’s 2018 here.

Connecticut Sun

From Shekinna Stricklen’s game-winning three to starring performances from the Thomas duo, relive the Sun’s 2018 here.

Dallas Wings 

From Liz Cambage’s record-breaking 53-point game to Skylar Diggins-Smith setting another franchise record, recap the Wings’ 2018 here.

Indiana Fever

From Kelsey Mitchell’s must-see handles to Candice Dupree’s 6,000th career point, look back at the Fever’s 2018 here.

Las Vegas Aces

From the Aces first game in their new home to A’ja Wilson’s Rookie of the Year performance, take a look back at the Aces’ 2018 here.

Los Angeles Sparks 

From the Sparks’ opening night where Chelsea Gray drained the game-winning shot against the Minnesota Lynx in a 2017 Finals rematch, the stage was set for another incredible season. Check out the best moments from their 2018 season.

Minnesota Lynx

From hosting their first-ever All-Star to Lindsay Whalen’s farewell, relive the Lynx’s 2018 here.

New York Liberty 

From Kia Nurse’s rookie record 34-point game to Shavonte Zellous’ game-winner, recap the Liberty’s 2018 here.

Phoenix Mercury

Between Diana Taurasi’s clutch and historic performances and an epic #WNBAPlayoffs run, the Phoenix Mercury’s 2018 was one for the books. Check out their year in review.

Seattle Storm

2018 was the year of the WNBA Championship for the Storm, who brought home title No. 3 to Seattle. Check out the road to winning it all this past year. 

Washington Mystics

Washington Mystics had a huge 2018, culminating in their first-ever WNBA Finals appearance. Take a look back at their historic year.