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  • Mercury’s Taurasi passes Thompson as WNBA leader in all-time FG made

    With nine minutes to play in Thursday's game, Mercury guard Diana Taurasi dropped a 3-pointer to become the WNBA leader in all-time field goals made with 2,631.
  • Mercury forward Sancho Lyttle out for season with torn ACL

    Phoenix Mercury starting forward Sancho Lyttle is done for the season with a torn ACL. Lyttle was fourth on the team in scoring and third in rebounding.
  • Phoenix Mercury alone in first place with win over Mystics

    Brittney Griner scored 24, DeWanna Bonner added 23 and the Phoenix Mercury stayed alone into first place with an 84-74 win over the Washington Mystics on Saturday night.
  • Diana Taurasi, Brittney Griner help Mercury defeat Fever

    Diana Taurasi scored 25 points, Brittney Griner added 20 and the Phoenix Mercury routed the Indiana Fever 95-77 on Friday night.
  • Taurasi scores 27, Mercury beat Liberty

    Diana Taurasi scored 27 points and the Phoenix Mercury snapped a two-game skid with an 83-69 win over the New York Liberty on Tuesday night.
  • Brittney Griner ejected as Mercury lose second game in a row

    Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner was ejected for a flagrant 2 with 2:50 left in the third quarter. She had a double-double.
  • Mercury’s eight-game winning streak snapped by Lynx

    Maya Moore scored 23 points and the Minnesota Lynx beat Phoenix 83-72 on Friday night to end the Mercury's eight-game winning streak.
  • Olympic skater Rippon highlights Phoenix Mercury PRIDE Night

    Phoenix Mercury brought Adam Rippon, the first openly gay U.S. male figure skater to compete in the Olympics, to celebrate the team’s PRIDE Night.
  • Phoenix Mercury win eighth straight game behind Taurasi’s 28 points

    Guard Diana Taurasi scored 28 points and center Brittney Griner added 24 as the Phoenix Mercury won their eighth consecutive game.
  • Diana Taurasi scores 21, leads Mercury to 6th straight win

    Diana Taurasi scored 21 points, Brittney Griner added 18 before fouling out late and the Phoenix Mercury won their sixth straight with a 75-72 victory over the Dallas Wings on Tuesday night.
  • Diana Taurasi scores 25 points as Mercury beat Aces

    Diana Taurasi scored 25 points, Brittney Griner had 19 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocked shots and the Phoenix Mercury held off the Las Vegas Aces 72-66 on Sunday.
  • Griner, Mercury cruise to win over Sky

    Brittney Griner scored 24 points and Diana Taurasi had 18 points and seven assists to help the Phoenix Mercury beat the Chicago Sky 96-79 on Friday night.
  • Phoenix Mercury launch new documentary series ‘The Chase’

    The Phoenix Mercury launched a new documentary series "The Chase" on Friday, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the team.
  • Briann January leads the Mercury on the court and ASU on the sideline

    Phoenix Mercury guard Briann January completed her first season as an assistant coach for the Arizona State University women’s basketball team, where she also played from 2006-09.
  • In win over Liberty, Mercury’s Taurasi becomes first to surpass 8,000 points

    Diana Taurasi scored an and-one in the first quarter of the Phoenix Mercury's victory over the New York Liberty on Tuesday to become the first WNBA player to score more than 8,000 points for her career.
  • Taurasi, Bonner lead Mercury to a road win over Dream

    Diana Taurasi and DeWanna Bonner had 20 points apiece, and combined to score the Mercury's final 20 points, as Phoenix beat the Atlanta Dream on Sunday.
  • Taurasi, Mercury snap 13-game skid against Lynx

    Diana Taurasi hit five 3-pointers and finished with a season-high 29 points to help the Phoenix Mercury snap a 13-game skid against Minnesota.
  • Toliver, Mystics hand Mercury third straight loss

    Kristi Toliver scored 30 points, Tianna Hawkins had 13 points and a career-high 12 rebounds and the Washington Mystics beat the Phoenix Mercury 103-95 on Wednesday night.
  • Blocking shots remains important part of Brittney Griner’s game

    Brittney Griner led the WNBA in blocks in each of her first five seasons and isn’t just on pace to set the all-time record for the statistics. She’s going to squash it like a bug on a windshield.
  • Sancho Lyttle scores 20, Phoenix Mercury lose to Sparks

    It was the first time Phoenix Mercury forward Sancho Lyttle had scored double-digit points as a member of the team since signing in February.