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  • ASU’s Sophie Brunner among 12 to make the Phoenix Mercury roster

    Sophie Brunner graduated from Arizona State just days ago, but her week got a little bit sweeter when the Phoenix Mercury announced she made their roster.
  • Diana Taurasi, basketball: A relationship not close to ending in Phoenix

    “There’s still a part of me that thinks I’m not a good basketball player,” Phoenix Mercury star Diana Taurasi said at the team's media day.
  • Brittney Griner re-signs with Phoenix Mercury live on Suns pregame show

    Center and four-year vet Brittney Griner signed a multi-year contract with the Phoenix Mercury live on the Suns' pregame show.
  • Mercury acquire Little, Alleyne and ship out Dupree as part of 3-way deal

    The Phoenix Mercury traded Candice Dupree to the Indiana Fever on Tuesday as part of a three-team deal that includes Connecticut.
  • Mercury trade for All-Star Danielle Robinson

    The Phoenix Mercury added to its roster on Tuesday by trading for three-time All-Star point guard Danielle Robinson.
  • Mercury, coach Brondello agree to contract extension

    The Phoenix Mercury announced they have agreed to a multi-year contract extension with coach Sandy Brondello.
  • Taurasi says Mercury need to get tougher inside to improve in 2017

    “We have to get tougher on the interior. I think that’s a weakness throughout the season that just hurt us way too much,” Diana Taurasi said.
  • Mercury bow out of playoffs in sweep by Lynx

    Maya Moore scored 20 points to help the defending WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx beat the Phoenix Mercury for a three-game sweep of the semifinal series.
  • Mercury fall to Lynx, down 2-0 in semifinal series

    Diana Taurasi had 31 points for the eighth-seeded Mercury. Penny Taylor added 16, and Marta Xargay had 10.
  • Mercury blown out by Lynx to open WNBA semifinal series

    The Phoenix Mercury fell in the series opener against the Minnesota Lynx in the 2016 WNBA semifinal playoff round.
  • Mercury embrace underdog role heading into series against Lynx

    PHOENIX — The Phoenix Mercury have entered uncharted territory. Every time they’ve brought home a WNBA championship in the past, the Mercury were the top-seeded team in the playoffs. This year, the eighth-seeded Mercury snuck into the playoffs during the final week of the season, despite a losing record (16-18). And now, the Mercury hope […]
  • Taurasi helps Mercury advance to semifinals, beat Liberty

    Diana Taurasi scored 30 points and Brittney Griner added 22 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks to help the eighth-seeded Phoenix Mercury beat the No. 3 New York Liberty 101-94 on Saturday night.
  • Diana Taurasi leads Mercury past fever to advance in WNBA playoffs

    Diana Taurasi scored 20 points and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Indiana Fever on Wednesday night in a single-elimination game of the WNBA playoffs.
  • Mercury’s Kelsey Bone to take anthem protests into WNBA playoffs

    The Mercury's Kelsey Bone is taking her social justice protest to the WNBA playoffs.
  • Mercury beat Storm in Penny Taylor’s home farewell

    Brittney Griner scored 21 points and Penny Taylor had eight in her final regular-season home game to help the Phoenix Mercury beat the Seattle Storm.
  • DeWanna Bonner leads Mercury in loss to Sparks

    The Los Angeles Sparks snapped a three-game losing streak with a 90-85 victory over the Phoenix Mercury on Tuesday night.
  • Mercury fall to Dream for third straight loss

    Diana Taurasi made four 3-pointers and scored 23 points for the Phoenix Mercury, which lost its third straight. Brittney Griner added 21 points.
  • Mercury drop second straight game to Liberty

    Phoenix was down 26 points in the third quarter before rallying within 11 early in the fourth quarter.
  • Brittney Griner leads Mercury to win over Fever

    Brittney Griner had 20 points and four blocks, Diana Taurasi scored 13 points in the fourth quarter and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Indiana Fever.
  • Taurasi looking to join elite list with four Olympic gold medals in basketball

    LOS ANGELES — Earning four Olympic gold medals is a feat that only two basketball players, male or female, have ever accomplished. Diana Taurasi, along with teammates Sue Bird and Tamika Catchings, will lengthen that list with a gold medal in next month’s Summer Olympics. “Being selected to the Olympics again means a lot to […]