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  • Mercury Sweep Series; Taurasi Named MVP

    CHICAGO — With 6-8 Brittney Griner reduced to watching from the bench on Friday night, the Chicago Sky had an easier time scoring inside than the first two games of the WNBA finals. That made Game 3 more competitive, but it didn't change the result...
  • Mercury 87, Sky 82

    The Sports Xchange By John Jackson, The Sports Xchange Mercury 87, Sky 82 CHICAGO -- With 6-8 Brittney Griner reduced to spectating from the bench on Friday night, the Chicago Sky had an easier time scoring inside than the first two games of the WNBA...
  • Former UConn Players Pleased To Be Coached By Geno Again

    Former UConn Players Pleased To Be Coached By Geno Again
    NEWARK, Del. — Not only have his former UConn players grown accustomed to his face, but everything about Geno Auriemma's manner and method seems indelibly entrenched years later. "I found that I hear him in my head when I'm playing, even though he'...
  • Taurasi, Mercury on verge of WNBA title

    The Sports Xchange By Jack Magruder, The Sports Xchange Taurasi, Mercury on verge of WNBA title PHOENIX -- Diana Taurasi owns three NCAA titles, three Olympic gold medals and two WNBA championships. For all that, Taurasi said her current Phoenix...
  • Mercury 97, Sky 68

    The Sports Xchange By Jack Magruder, The Sports Xchange Mercury 97, Sky 68 PHOENIX -- Center Brittney Griner scored 19 points and guard Diana Taurasi added 18 to lead a balanced attack as the Phoenix Mercury continued their domination of the Chicago...
  • Women's Basketball: Auriemma Tests Team With Intra-Squad Game

     Women's Basketball: Auriemma Tests Team With Intra-Squad Game
    NEWARK, Del. – Geno Auriemma's second term as coach of USA Basketball's senior national team is filled with challenges, even for a guy who has made a career of meeting and surpassing them. The winner of nine national champions at UConn since 1995...
  • Eye injury could sideline Mercury's Griner

    Eye injury could sideline Mercury's Griner
    On the verge of being unceremoniously swept from the WNBA Finals, the Sky may get something of a reprieve. Brittney Griner, the 6-foot-8 Mercury center whose monstrous performances ate the Sky alive the first two games of the best-of-five series, is...
  • On The Fly: Hyo-Joo Kim Shoots 61 In LPGA Major

    Hyo-Joo Kim shot a record 61 in the first round of the Evian Championship, the LPGA's final major this season. The 19-year-old from South Korea now owns the lowest round shot in a men's or women's major. She leads by four. ... Phoenix and Diana Taurasi...
  • In A Word, Mercury's Depree Is Consistent

    PHOENIX — Candice Dupree has felt unusually nervous throughout the playoffs. She can tell by the swarm of butterflies in her stomach and the frequent bathroom trips before each game. And the expects those emotions to intensify Friday night,...
  • WNBA Finals: The Sky Appear In Over Their Heads

    PHOENIX — To know what happened in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, all you needed to see was the first three minutes and final 4.6 seconds of the first half Tuesday. At the start, the Mercury's Brittney Griner set a tone of dominance over Sky center...
  • Elena Delle Donne's outlook discouraging for Sky's Game 2

    Elena Delle Donne's outlook discouraging for Sky's Game 2
    PHOENIX — As her teammates loosened up and did a few warm-up sprints, Elena Delle Donne lay on the opposite end of the court, where the Sky trainer was stretching Delle Donne's back. Delle Donne got up and joined a huddle before the team began its...