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  • Phoenix Mercury's DeWanna Bonner drives past Minnesota Lynx's Sylvia Fowles to score during the first half of a WNBA basketball game Wednesday, May 25, 2016, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    DeWanna Bonner scores 26 but Mercury fall to Wings

    The Dallas Wings beat the Phoenix Mercury for the second time in four days, 100-90 at home Tuesday night.
  • Sparks improve to 11-0 to tie WNBA record, beating Mercury

    The Los Angeles Sparks beat the Phoenix Mercury 77-71 on Friday night to match the best start in WNBA history at 11-0.
  • Phoenix Mercury's Sonja Petrovic and Diana Taurasi, right, watch as the team leads the San Antonio Stars during the second half of a WNBA basketball game Thursday, June 9, 2016, in Phoenix. The Mercury won 90-75. (Patrick Breen/The Arizona Republic via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

    Mercury to hold silent auction, proceeds to benefit OneOrlando Fund

    The Phoenix Mercury will be hosting a silent auction on Saturday night with the proceeds going to the OneOrlando fund.
  • Taurasi, Bonner help Mercury rally past Sky

    Diana Taurasi scored 31 points, DeWanna Bonner added 20 and the Phoenix Mercury overcome a 14-point deficit and beat the Chicago Sky 86-80 on Sunday night.
  • Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi smiles as she speaks during a news conference at the team's basketball media day, Monday, May 9, 2016, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Taurasi scores 31 to help Mercury beat Stars

    Diana Taurasi scored 21 of her 31 points in the first half, Penny Taylor reached 1,000 career assists and the Phoenix Mercury beat the San Antonio Stars 90-75 on Thursday night.
  • Brittney Griner, Candice Dupree and Diana Taurasi model the new uniforms.

    Mercury fall to 2-6 with loss to Lynx

    Brittney Griner and DeWanna Bonner each scored 14 for 10th-seeded Phoenix Mercury in a loss to the Minnesota Lynx.
  • The Phoenix Mercury won three WNBA championships in their first 19 seasons. (Photo courtesy Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images)

    Mercury stars Taurasi and Griner mark WNBA’s 20-season milestone

    Twenty seasons. Many doubted the WNBA would be around that long when the women’s professional basketball league began play in 1997.
  • Griner scores 21 points to help Mercury top Sun

    Brittney Griner led the Phoenix Mercury to their second straight win Tuesday night, pumping in 21 points against the Connecticut Sun.
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    Mercury center Harrison battles back from college ACL injury

    After an ACL tear during her senior year at Tennessee, Isabelle Harrison made her Mercury debut earlier this month, more than a year after she was drafted.
  • Penny Taylor practices Tuesday before Wednesday’s home game. Taylor return’s for 13th WNBA season. (Photo by John Alvarado/Cronkite News.)

    After year away following father’s death, Mercury’s Taylor ready to fight for another championship

    Penny Taylor's father, Michael, died in December 2014, just three months after his daughter had won a WNBA championship. She is now back with the team.
  • Moore scores season-high 34 points as Lynx top Mercury

    The Phoenix Mercury are 0-4 for the first time since 1998 after falling to the Minnesota Lynx Wednesday night.
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    Mercury fall to 0-3, clipped by Storm in final seconds

    Jewell Loyd scored a career-high 30 points in the Seattle Storm's 81-80 victory over the Phoenix Mercury.
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    Mercury fall to Fever despite Diana Taurasi’s 32 points

    The Phoenix Mercury fell to the Fever despite a big night from Diana Taurasi.
  • Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi, left, speaks during a news conference at the team's basketball media day as teammate Brittney Griner, right, sneaks in behind the podium, Monday, May 9, 2016, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Mercury fall to Lynx in season-opener, Diana Taurasi’s return

    Maya Moore had 27 points and a career-high 10 assists to help the Minnesota Lynx open the season with a win over the Phoenix Mercury on Saturday night.
  • Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi smiles as she speaks during a news conference at the team's basketball media day, Monday, May 9, 2016, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

    Diana Taurasi back in WNBA, shoots for 4th Olympic gold

    Diana Taurasi is back from another triumphant season in Europe, back in the WNBA after taking a year off, and back for a shot at a fourth gold medal.