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  • Mercury eliminated from WNBA playoffs by Lynx

    The loss was the first in eight career single-elimination playoff games for Diana Taurasi. She had 28 points and nine assists to lead the Mercury.
  • Mercury advance in WNBA playoffs after buzzer-beating 3

    Shey Peddy made a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to give the Phoenix Mercury a come-from-behind victory over the defending champion Washington Mystics.
  • Skylar Diggins-Smith’s game-tying 35-footer leads to Mercury OT win

    Skylar Diggins-Smith scored a season-high 33 points, including a tying 35-footer at the end of regulation, and the Mercury beat the Sun in overtime.
  • Mickelson, Westphal among 2020 Arizona Sports Hall of Fame class

    The Arizona Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2020 class on Tuesday, with Phil Mickelson and Paul Westphal making the cut.
  • Phoenix Mercury’s winning streak broke in loss to Connecticut Sun

    The Phoenix Mercury had their six-game winning streak broke on Monday afternoon as the team lost to the Connecticut Sun, 85-70.
  • Phoenix Mercury sign forward Alisia Jenkins for remainder of season

    Phoenix announced it has signed forward Alisia Jenkins to a rest-of-the-season contract after receiving a hardship exemption from the WNBA.
  • Diggins-Smith’s season-high 30 points leads Mercury to 6th straight win

    Skylar Diggins-Smith scored a season-high 30 points on Saturday night as the Phoenix Mercury defeated the New York Liberty 83-67 for their sixth straight victory.
  • Diggins-Smith and Taurasi lead Mercury to playoffs

    Skylar Diggins-Smith scored 28 points and Diana Taurasi added 27 to help the Phoenix Mercury clinch a playoff spot with a win over the Indiana Fever.
  • Suns, Mercury to utilize Madhouse on McDowell as a voting center

    A task force featuring members of the Suns organization has secured the Madhouse on McDowell as a voting center for the upcoming November elections.
  • Phoenix Mercury G Bria Hartley out for season with torn ACL

    The Phoenix Mercury announced on Monday guard Bria Hartley tore her ACL in Friday's 94-72 win over the Washington Mystics.
  • Taurasi, Diggins-Smith lead Mercury to 3rd consecutive victory

    Phoenix's Skylar Diggins-Smith and Diana Taurasi combined for 48 points in the Mercury's 83-79 over the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday.
  • Suns owner Robert Sarver issues statement on postponements

    Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver issued a statement Thursday in the wake of postponements across the sporting world that started in the NBA.
  • WNBA postpones slate of games for 2nd day in a row

    For the second consecutive day, the WNBA postponed three games following the weekend shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin.
  • Nike celebrates Mamba Day with powerful ad featuring Taurasi, Booker

    Aug. 24, or 8/24, represents Mamba Day with his two playing numbers, and 2020's version was the first without Kobe Bryant after his death on Jan. 26.
  • Taurasi honors Kobe Bryant, scores 34 as Mercury edge out Mystics

    Diana Taurasi hit seven 3-pointers and finished with 34 points to help the Phoenix Mercury beat the Washington Mystics 88-87 on Sunday night.
  • Mercury’s Brittney Griner leaves WNBA bubble for personal reasons

    After sitting out of Friday's contest, the Mercury announced that center Brittney Griner has left the Florida bubble due to personal reasons.
  • Nowhere for refs to hide from Diana Taurasi in WNBA bubble

    You'd have to be living under a rock to not know you don't mess with the GOAT, a.k.a. Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi, and get off scot free.
  • Ringer names Bria Hartley as Mercury player to watch in WNBA bubble

    Bria Hartley has been one of the most impactful Phoenix Mercury players this season, averaging almost 16 points and five assists off the bench.
  • Mercury fall to Sparks despite late push from Taurasi

    Diana Taurasi finished with 19 points and hit four three-pointers in the fourth quarter but it wasn't enough for a Mercury win.
  • Taurasi returns for Phoenix Mercury in loss to Dallas Wings

    The Dallas Wings beat the Phoenix Mercury 95-89 on Sunday. Diana Taurasi returned from a back injury to post 14 points in 27 minutes.