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2017 Schedule
7-5, 3rd in Western

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Brittney Griner threw down her ninth career dunk last night, marking the first dunk of the WNBA season. Kyrie Irving, who had two dunks this past season, was in attendance.

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Behind the scenes look at Taurasi's scoring milestone (1:36)
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Kobe calls Taurasi's record 'well-deserved' (1:50)
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10d

Taurasi becomes WNBA all-time leading scorer

Diana Taurasi needed less than 13 full seasons to score 7,489 points to become the WNBA's career leading scorer; Tina Thompson's 7,488 points came over 17 seasons.

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WNBA stars pay tribute to Taurasi (1:10)
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14dMechelle Voepel

Taurasi so much more than scoring phenom

Diana Taurasi took over the WNBA career scoring record Sunday. But being the best teammate possible -- and taking pride in her playmaking -- are more important to the Phoenix Mercury star than individual accolades.

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Thompson congratulates Taurasi for breaking record (0:42)
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20d

Griner's career-high 38 leads Mercury by Fever

Brittney Griner scored eight of Phoenix's first 10 points in overtime and finished with a career-high 38 to help the Mercury beat the Indiana Fever 98-90 on Wednesday night.

Team Stats

Points Per Game81.8
Rebounds Per Game32.1
Assists Per Game17.1

Team History

YEARWLPCT
201775.583
20161618.471
20152014.588
2014295.853
20131915.559