Taurasi, Taylor rally Mercury past Fever, 81-76
With the score tied at 70, DeWanna Bonner stole the ball from Indiana's Marissa Coleman, who was then whistled for a clear-path foul to give Phoenix (10-3) two foul shots and possession of the ball. Bonner made both free throws and Candice Dupree added a basket to put the Mercury up 74-70 with 2:14 remaining.
Shavonte Zellous led Indiana (6-8) with 18-points, including three free throws with 42.6 seconds left to pull within one.
Phoenix closed out the game with a 3-pointer by Taurasi and four free throws by Bonner.
Erlana Larkins' short jumper gave Indiana a 52-39 lead midway through the third quarter before the Mercury rallied.
Phoenix's Brittney Griner was held to four points — all in the first half.
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