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  • Griner throws one down in Mercury win over Storm

    Griner now has nine regular season dunks in her career and 10 if you include the playoffs. The rest of the WNBA has had six dunks combined.
  • Taurasi marriage, Mercury Pride Night help ease challenges of LGBTQ community

    The marriage of Diana Taurasi, coupled with the Mercury’s Pride Night, are helping ease the challenges of the LGBTQ community.
  • Social reaction to Taurasi’s record ranges from NBA stars to politicians

    Social media blew up after Taurasi broke the WNBA all-time scoring record, as many NBA stars and politicians reached out to congratulate her.
  • Diana Taurasi becomes WNBA’s all-time career scoring leader

    Diana Taurasi has no more steps to climb. With a late second-quarter layup, the Phoenix Mercury veteran became the WNBA's all-time career scoring leader.
  • Griner has 27, Mercury top Sky; Taurasi nears record

    Brittney Griner scored 27 points and Diana Taurasi inched closer to the WNBA scoring record Friday night as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Chicago Sky 86-78.
  • Australians discover physical basketball, large food portions when transitioning to WNBA

    Relocating to a new country can be challenging but the present Mercury group has made the most of the opportunity.
  • ESPN: Diana Taurasi’s 2015 contract incentive among the craziest in sports

    Eddie Lacy's incentive caused ESPN's Kevin Seifert to take a look at some other interesting contract clauses, one of which belonged to Diana Taurasi.
  • Phoenix Mercury fall just short at home to Los Angeles Sparks

    Chelsea Gray scored 24 points and tied her career high with eight assists to help the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Phoenix Mercury on Saturday.
  • Brittney Griner scores career-high in Mercury OT win over 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.
  • Diana Taurasi wins Western Conference Player of the Week

    Diana Taurasi was given an honor Monday that she's now had 20 times in her illustrious career.
  • Griner’s 26 points not enough for Mercury to beat Liberty

    The Mercury moved to a record of 4-3 this season after a loss to the Liberty despite Brittney Griner scoring 26 points and Diana Taurasi adding 17.
  • Mercury pleased with ASU standout Brunner on roster

    Sophie Brunner has had a nice transition from the college ranks to the WNBA.
  • Diana Taurasi breaks WNBA three-point record, hits eight in win over Sky

    Diana Taurasi tied a career high with eight 3-pointers and broke a tie for the WNBA's career record in the Phoenix Mercury's win over the Chicago Sky.
  • Diana Taurasi ties WNBA 3-pointer mark in Mercury win over Wings

    Diana Taurasi scored 18 and tied the WNBA record for career 3-pointers as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Dallas Wings 107-65 on Saturday night.
  • Mercury fall on go-ahead jumper by Liberty’s Epiphanny Prince

    Epiphanny Prince hit a go-ahead jumper with 4.5 seconds left and the New York Liberty held off the Phoenix Mercury 69-67 on Tuesday night.
  • Mercury’s Diana Taurasi suspended one game for hitting opposing player

    Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi has been suspended one game for hitting an opposing player.
  • Mercury beat Stars as Brittney Griner gets second straight double-double

    Griner had 20 points and 13 rebounds for her second straight double-double, Taurasi added 17 points and the Mercury beat the San Antonio Stars on Friday.
  • Brittney Griner leads Mercury past Fever with career scoring night

    Brittney Griner scored a career-high 32 points and had 10 rebounds and three blocks, and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Indiana Fever on Wednesday.
  • Diana Taurasi agrees to multi-year extension with Mercury

    One of the all-time greats in Phoenix Mercury history is not leaving the Valley any time soon, as Diana Taurasi and the team agreed to a multi-year extension, the team announced.
  • New-look Mercury fall to Dallas in season opener

    Phoenix, with 10 new players on its roster, raced to an 11-point lead midway through the first quarter but fell to Dallas.