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Can Atlanta, Chicago, Indiana and Las Vegas return to the playoffs? Does Connecticut have what it takes to win its first title?
You know the perennial MVP front-runners. But is this the season a player such as Brittney Griner or Breanna Stewart breaks through as MVP?
From Dallas' Allisha Gray to super Seattle duo Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart, these players are already stars in their young pro careers.
The Atlanta Dream have traded forward Bria Holmes to the Connecticut Sun for two second-round draft picks.
During a live presentation of Around the Rim, Ohio State's Kelsey Mitchell and WNBA coaches Katie Smith (Liberty), Curt Miller (Sun) and Amber Stocks (Sky) joined the show.
Former Connecticut Sun assistant coach Nicki Collen has been named coach of the Atlanta Dream. Collen replaces Michael Cooper, who was fired on Sept. 5 following the team's worst season since 2008.
The San Antonio Stars have been sold to MGM Resorts International and will relocate to Las Vegas starting next season.
WNBA players Emma Cannon and Brionna Jones have been denied visas for entry into Turkey with their Russian team this week, fallout from a diplomatic dispute between the United States and Turkey.
WNBA coach of the year Curt Miller has received a contract extension from the Connecticut Sun.
New York had won 10 straight. Connecticut had kept proving critics wrong. But the WNBA's third and fourth seeds are out of the playoffs are getting upset at home Sunday. Now Washington and Phoenix advance to the semis.
Brittney Griner had 26 points and nine rebounds, Diana Taurasi added 23 points, and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Connecticut Sun 88-83 on Sunday to reach the semifinals of the WNBA playoffs.
The WNBA announced Sunday that Connecticut's Curt Miller is the Coach of the Year and the Sun's Jonquel Jones earned the league's most improved player award.
New York went 2-1 against Washington in the regular season. And though the Liberty are the favorite and ride a 10-game win streak into the second round, they should expect to face a much stronger Mystics offense with Elena Delle Donne on court.
Marquee frontcourt matchups headline both games of the second round of Sunday's WNBA playoffs. But while New York is expected to keep its win streak intact, Phoenix might end Connecticut's run.
Minnesota has home-court advantage throughout the postseason.
Nneka Ogwumike scored 21 points, Candace Parker had a double-double and the defending champion Los Angeles Sparks closed the WNBA regular season with an 81-70 win over Connecticut on Sunday.
Jonquel Jones of the Connecticut Sun had 10 rebounds Sunday to set the WNBA single-season record at 403, eclipsing the old mark of 398 set by Tina Charles in 2010.
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Field Goal Percentage
Rebounds Per Game
Steals Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Points Per Game73.7
Rebounds Per Game37.3
Assists Per Game12.7