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  • Mercury’s Diana Taurasi could be alone at the 9,000-point club for awhile

    It may be a long time before anyone joins Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi in the 9,000-point club.
  • Diana Taurasi scores 9,000th point, Mercury take down Sparks

    The Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi scored her 9,000th career point against the Los Angeles Sparks, becoming the first player in WNBA history to do so. 
  • Mercury’s Diana Taurasi to return Sunday from sternum fracture

    Diana Taurasi will be available to play Sunday against the Sparks after spending the past month on the sideline to heal a broken sternum, the Mercury said.
  • Phoenix Mercury to send trio to Tokyo Olympics on USA Basketball roster

    Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi will try to become the first five-time Olympic gold medalists in basketball as they lead the U.S women's team at the Tokyo Games.
  • Mercury defeat Sparks on the road, Diggins-Smith scores 21 points

    Skylar Diggins-Smith scored 21 points as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Los Angeles Sparks 80-66 on Friday night to snap a four-game losing streak.
  • US Olympic team to face WNBA players in Vegas All-Star Game

    The WNBA will hold its All-Star Game in Las Vegas on July 14 pitting the Olympic U.S. women's national team against some of the league's best players.
  • Betnijah Laney scores 23 points, Liberty beat Mercury 85-83

    Betnijah Laney had 23 points and 10 assists, and the New York Liberty held on to beat the Phoenix Mercury 85-83 on Sunday.
  • Mercury honor former president Rick Welts during Pride Night

    The Phoenix Mercury honored former Suns and Mercury President/CEO Rick Welts during Phoenix's seventh annual Pride Night on Friday.
  • Brittney Griner puts up 19 points in Mercury loss to Dallas Wings

    Brittney Griner led the Phoenix Mercury with 19 points and six rebounds, but the team lost its second straight and fell to 1-4 at home.
  • Phoenix Mercury’s comeback falls short against Dallas Wings

    The Mercury's comeback fell short on Tuesday night as Phoenix lost to the Dallas Wings, 85-81, at Phoenix Suns Arena. The two teams play again on Friday.