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  • Phoenix Mercury draft former Pac-12 center Marie Gulich

    The Mercury's other three picks were a Russian player, a Florida State three-point specialist and a Rutgers athlete who underwent open-heart surgery.
  • Phoenix Mercury release sneak peek of Nike uniforms

    Ahead of the 2018 WNBA Draft on Thursday afternoon, the Phoenix Mercury gave fans a sneak peek of their new Nike uniforms.
  • Mercury acquire ASU legend January, trade Robinson to Fever

    The Phoenix Mercury traded point guard Danielle Robinson and acquired Arizona State product and current Sun Devil assistant coach Briann January.
  • Mercury’s Griner, Taurasi make the 2017 All-WNBA Second Team

    The WNBA announced its All-WNBA teams Friday and both Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi received Second Team honors for their record-breaking seasons.
  • Mercury’s Taurasi says this could be last offseason playing in Russia

    Diana Taurasi reflected on her season with the Phoenix Mercury, and hinted an an imminent end to her time playing in Russia.
  • Taurasi’s big shot not enough for Mercury to avoid playoff elimination

    Diana Taurasi tied the game on a three-pointer with under 15 seconds remaining, but the Phoenix Mercury were still eliminated by the Los Angeles Sparks.
  • Mercury go down 0-2 in WNBA semifinals vs. Sparks

    Candace Parker had 24 points and 13 rebounds to help the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Phoenix Mercury in Game 2 of the WNBA semifinal series.
  • Mercury drop Game 1 of semifinals vs. Sparks

    Nneka Ogwumike scored 19 points to lead the Los Angeles Sparks over the Phoenix Mercury on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the WNBA semifinals.
  • Mercury beat Sun to advance to semifinals of WNBA playoffs

    Brittney Griner had 26 points and nine rebounds, Diana Taurasi added 23 points, and the Mercury beat the Sun to reach the semifinals of the WNBA playoffs.
  • Brittney Griner leads Mercury past Storm, to second round

    Brittney Griner had 23 points and 11 rebounds to help the Phoenix Mercury advance to the second round of the playoffs with a win over the Seattle Storm.
  • Diana Taurasi whips wild pass to Leilani Mitchell for clutch bucket

    Diana Taurasi didn't have her best game, but she made two huge plays as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Seattle Storm in the first round of the WNBA playoffs.
  • Mercury’s Griner moved by Houston devastation, helps raise money

    On Sunday, Brittney Griner and the Phoenix Mercury had an all-day fundraiser to benefit the Hurricane Harvey relief effort.
  • Mercury’s Brittney Griner wins 2017 WNBA Peak Performer Award

    Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner won the 2017 WNBA Peak Performance Award for leading the league in scoring. She is a leading contender for MVP.
  • Griner’s sixth 30-plus game leads Mercury past Dream

    Brittney Griner scored 30 points and the Mercury closed the regular season with a victory over the Dream on Sunday to secure the fifth seed in the playoffs.
  • Phoenix Mercury clinch playoff home game to be played in Tempe

    With their 86-66 win Friday night against the Connecticut Sun, the Phoenix Mercury clinched a playoff home game in round one of the WNBA Playoffs.
  • Griner, Taurasi Mitchell lead Mercury past Storm

    Brittney Griner had 29 points, eight rebounds and five blocks, and Leilani Mitchell hit two late 3-pointers to help the Mercury hold off the Storm.
  • Phoenix Mercury clinch franchise record fifth straight playoff berth

    The Phoenix Mercury have a game Sunday evening but already got a big win in the afternoon. They clinched a playoff berth thanks to a loss by Chicago.
  • Moore helps Lynx rout Mercury

    Maya Moore scored 21 points, Jia Perkins had 18 and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Phoenix Mercury 105-69 on Tuesday night.
  • Mercury fall flat against Sun

    Alyssa Thomas had 17 points, 12 rebounds and five assists, Jonquel Jones added 20 points and eight rebounds and the Sun beat the Mercury on Sunday.
  • Taurasi gets 200th career 20-point game in Mercury win

    Diana Taurasi scored 14 of her 25 points in the fourth quarter to help the Phoenix Mercury pull away for an 89-79 victory over the Washington Mystics.