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  • Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner named to All-WNBA First Team

    The Phoenix Mercury center has been selected to an All-WNBA five times, and this marks her second nomination to All-WNBA First Team.
  • Mercury guard Leilani Mitchell named WNBA Most Improved Player

    Phoenix Mercury guard Leilani Mitchell is the first player in WNBA and NBA history to receive the award twice in their career.
  • Mercury’s Brianna Turner named to WNBA All-Rookie Team

    Phoenix Mercury forward Brianna Turner was named to the WNBA's All-Rookie Team on Monday.
  • ‘Every day I walked in here to play’: Taurasi, Griner reflect on 2019 season

    Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner will fiercely try and improve as they reflect on an injury-riddled 2019 season.
  • Mercury fall to Sky, eliminated from WNBA playoffs

    The Phoenix Mercury were unable to advance in the WNBA playoffs and lost to the Chicago Sky.
  • Phoenix Mercury drop fourth straight game in loss to Las Vegas Aces

    Diana Taurasi, the WNBA's career leader with 8,575 points, missed her second consecutive game for Phoenix with a hamstring injury.
  • Mercury drop 3rd straight in loss to Lynx

    The Phoenix Mercury lost their third straight game of the season, with one more remaining before the playoffs begin.
  • Mercury locked in at 8th seed of WNBA Playoffs after loss to Storm

    With a loss to the Seattle Storm, the Phoenix Mercury have no more chance at securing homecourt advantage in the first or second round of the playoffs.
  • Mercury to honor women of inspiration with personalized shoes

    For Tuesday's Women of Inspiration game, Mercury players received custom kicks to pay homage to the women who mean the most to them.
  • Phoenix Mercury drop final road game of the regular season in Chicago

    The Phoenix Mercury fell to the Chicago Sky despite Brittney Griner's 26 points and nine rebounds. DeWanna Bonner finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.