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  • Griner becomes first player with a multi-dunk WNBA All-Star game

    The Mercury center dropped 16 points and nine rebounds in the 2019 WNBA All-Star game, but it wasn't the amount of shots she made. It's how she did it.
  • Phoenix Mercury to play at Madhouse during 2020 arena renovation

    The Phoenix Mercury announced that they will play at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum during 2020 while Talking Stick Resort Arena undergoes a renovation.
  • Brittney Griner leads Mercury in back-to-back wins over Dallas Wings

    The Phoenix Mercury defeated the Dallas Wings on Saturday night, 70-66, the second win over the Wings in back-to-back games.
  • Mercury’s DeWanna Bonner named 2019 WNBA All-Star reserve

    Phoenix Mercury forward DeWanna Bonner was voted into the 2019 WNBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas as a reserve and will join teammate Brittney Griner.
  • Mercury drop 2nd straight, Lynx’s Fowles sets WNBA record

    Bonner led the Mercury with 27 points and Brittney Griner scored 12. Diana Taurasi and Sancho Lyttle were both out for the game.
  • Phoenix Mercury come up short in Taurasi season debut

    Despite Diana Taurasi making her 2019 season debut, the Phoenix Mercury fell to the Connecticut Sun on Friday night, 79-64.
  • Taurasi to make season debut after undergoing back surgery

    After missing the first 13 games of the season, Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi will make her season debut on the road Friday against the Connecticut Sun.
  • Mercury’s Brittney Griner named WNBA All-Star starter

    The Phoenix Mercury's Brittney Griner was named a starter for this year's WNBA All-Star game. Griner picks up her sixth straight All-Star nod.
  • Griner, Bonner combine for 47 points, Mercury beat Mystics

    Brittney Griner had 25 points and the Phoenix Mercury beat the Washington Mystics 91-68 on Wednesday for their fifth win in six games.
  • Brittney Griner scores 31, hits 2 late FTs, as Mercury beat Dream

    Brittney Griner scored a season-high 31 points, including two late free throws, to help the Phoenix Mercury beat the Atlanta Dream on Sunday.
  • 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.
  • Mercury hit 10 3-pointers in victory over Indiana Fever

    The Phoenix Mercury hit 10 3-pointers in their 91-69 win over the Indiana Fever on Friday night to win their second consecutive game.
  • 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!
  • Griner moves into third in league history for blocks in Mercury win

    Phoenix Mercury Brittney Griner blocked two shots and breaks the tie for third in league history for blocks in 82-72 win over the Los Angeles Sparks.
  • 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..