2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
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6dMechelle Voepel

Groomed to be a head coach, Smith takes over Liberty

Katie Smith never wanted to be a coach, but Bill Laimbeer knew better. And four seasons after becoming his assistant, Smith will succeed Laimbeer as the New York Liberty's head coach.

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Smith breaks down the WNBA Finals and more

Liberty associate coach Katie Smith breaks down the WNBA Finals, sheds light on her relationship with both Cheryl Reeve and Brian Agler and weighs in on what she expects in New York for the upcoming season.

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40dKatie Barnes

Watch New York Liberty teammates test-drive 'NBA Live 18'

EA Sports releases "NBA Live 18" on Friday, and thanks to the Associated Press, we got a look at what it might look like when two teammates go head-to-head. Spoiler: Ratings were involved.

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Toliver leads Mystics past Liberty (0:59)
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42dMechelle Voepel

Single elimination sinks Sun, Liberty in second round

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.

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44d

Rodgers on how basketball saved her life

Liberty G Sugar Rodgers talks about the postseason, being traded from Minnesota, the challenges she faced growing up, the future of her career and more.

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44dRiley Foreman

WNBA BPI: Improved Mystics offense could test Liberty

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.

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44dMechelle Voepel

Expect an upset in the second round of the WNBA playoffs

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.

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Liberty hang on to defeat Wings (0:59)
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Chiney's Court: WNBA conference favorites (2:54)
50d

Liberty win ninth straight, beat Stars 81-69

Tina Charles and Epiphanny Prince scored 16 points apiece and the New York Liberty pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat San Antonio 81-69 on Friday night and win their ninth straight game.

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51dD'Arcy Maine

Liberty's Charles meets man who says she saved his life

In July, a defibrillator donated by Tina Charles' foundation helped save the life of a man in Texas. On Friday, the Liberty united the two with a surprise meeting. "I wouldn't be here, standing here talking right now" if it weren't for Charles, he said.

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51dMechelle Voepel

Storm are front-runners for final playoff berth

Nothing has come easy for Seattle this season, but if the Storm win at least one of their final two games, they're in the playoffs as the No. 8 seed.

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52dMechelle Voepel

Sparks duo leads espnW All-WNBA first team

Los Angeles' Candace Parker and Nneka Ogwumike, as well as MVP front-runner Sylvia Fowles of Minnesota, headline espnW's All-WNBA first team, a post-heavy list that doesn't include the league's leading scorer.

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55dRiley Foreman

WNBA BPI: Can Wings make a playoff run?

Dallas looks primed to reach the postseason, as the WNBA Basketball Power Index gives the Wings a 96 percent chance to earn a playoff berth. And the Liberty continue to make a push for the third overall seed.

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Charles leads Liberty to rout of Sky (0:38)

Team Stats

Points Per Game79.7
Rebounds Per Game38.7
Assists Per Game16.7

Team History

YEARWLPCT
20172212.647
20162113.618
20152311.676
20141519.441
20131123.324