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  • DeWanna Bonner, Brittney Griner lead Mercury over Storm

    The Phoenix Mercury handed the Seattle Storm their first loss at home this season behind 20 points apiece for DeWanna Bonner and Brittney Griner.
  • Trivia Tuesday: How well do you know the WNBA?

    Can you match the city to the correct WNBA team name? That's your Trivia Tuesday challenge for this week. Good luck, everyone!
  • Mercury’s DeWanna Bonner named conference Player of the Week

    Phoenix Mercury forward DeWanna Bonner was named conference Player of the Week after multiple 25-point performances last week.
  • Phoenix Mercury drop season opener to Seattle Storm

    DeWanna Bonner finished with 31 points, as the Mercury dropped its season opener to the Seattle Storm on Saturday. Brittney Griner added 18.
  • Phoenix Mercury trade Stephanie Talbot for 2020 2nd-round pick

    The Phoenix Mercury announced on Tuesday that the team traded forward Stephanie Talbot to the Minnesota Lynx for a 2020 second-round draft pick.
  • Phoenix Mercury receive visit from Lakers great Kobe Bryant

    Kobe Bryant stopped by the Mercury locker room and snapped some pictures with several players including Britney Griner and Diana Taurasi.
  • Throwback: Arizona athletes on the cover of ESPN The Magazine

    ESPN The Magazine will print for the last time this year. We looked back at all the times athletes with Arizona ties were on the cover of an issue.
  • Phoenix Mercury net two first-round picks in 2019 WNBA Draft

    The Phoenix Mercury bolstered its roster Wednesday night, adding two first-round picks through the 2019 WNBA Draft in Alanna Smith and Brianna Turner..
  • Phoenix Mercury unveil jerseys for 2019 season, debut new badge

    The Phoenix Mercury on Wednesday revealed their jerseys for the 2019 season and they have a new sponsor -- PayPal. They open the season next month.
  • 98.7 FM’s 2019 Newsmakers Week stories and recap

    Every year for one week in February, the ones who are in charge of making the biggest decisions for Arizona sports teams join Doug & Wolf on 98.7 Arizona's Sports Station. 
  • GM Jim Pitman: Mercury in early stages of finding temporary building

     The multi-year Talking Stick Resort Arena renovation that was approved by the city may affect the Phoenix Mercury more directly than the Phoenix Suns.
  • Channing Frye tells tale of Taurasi beating Nash in shooting competition

    One day in Talking Stick Resort Arena, there was a shooting competition involving Steve Nash and Diana Taurasi. In no surprise, Taurasi came out on top.
  • Mercury fire assistant coach after domestic violence accusations

    The Phoenix Mercury announced Tuesday they have fired assistant coach Todd Troxel after accusations of domestic violence arose.
  • Mercury guard Diana Taurasi makes All-WNBA First Team for 10th time

    Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi extended her record of All-WNBA First team appearances, and center Brittney Griner made the second team.
  • Mercury can’t contain Sue Bird late, eliminated from playoffs by Storm

    Seattle's Sue Bird scored 14 points in the fourth quarter and the Mercury were eliminated in the WNBA playoffs by the Storm.
  • Mercury set for Game 5 vs. Storm after becoming first to come back from 0-2

    The Mercury's big three of Diana Taurasi, Brittney Griner and DeWanna Bonner will the Seattle Storm in a WNBA playoffs semifinals series finale on Tuesday night.
  • Griner, Mercury fight back from 17-point deficit, force Game 5

    Brittney Griner had 29 points, 12 rebounds and played suffocating defense in the final seconds to propel the Mercury to a Game 5 showdown against the Storm.
  • DeWanna Bonner leads Mercury to game 3 win with 18 first-half points

    Mercury star Diana Taurasi didn't score until the fourth quarter, but DeWanna Bonner and Britney Griner did enough to help Phoenix win a do-or-die game three.
  • Mercury’s Taurasi keeps focus on championship ahead of Game 3

    Now facing elimination in the Western Conference Semifinals, Diana Taurasi remains focused on the same goal that’s driven her all along: her fourth WNBA Championship.
  • In hope of braving Storm, Mercury need to demonstrate consistency

    The Phoenix Mercury are attempting to stave off elimination in the WNBA playoffs after the Seattle Storm held off two furious fourth quarter comebacks.