After two years in the WNBA, Moore took her first trip to NBA All-Star Weekend.
All four players representing the WNBA at this year's NBA All-Star Weekend have accomplished big things in their basketball careers, including at least one WNBA championship each.
It's probably fair to say that nobody expected the Indiana Fever to deny the Minnesota Lynx a second consecutive title. Not only did they accomplish the feat, but they did so in convincing fashion: winning the series 3-1 with an impressive 87-78 win.
After yet another slow start, the Minnesota Lynx got back to their strengths with a record-setting rebounding effort to defeat the visiting Indiana Fever in Game Two of the 2012 WNBA Finals.
The Indiana Fever have advanced to the 2012 WNBA Finals after escaping a pair of a three-game series in the Eastern Conference Playoffs. So how did they do it?
Unfortunately, I had to watch another conference finals game on DVR and was actually eager to see how on earth the Indiana Fever beat the Connecticut Sun in such dominant fashion after I heard that Katie Douglas left the game on a stretcher.
The argument for Indiana Fever forward Tamika Catchings to win the WNBA Most Valuable Player award this year is generally similar to the argument in favor of her candidacy the past two years. But this year she did all that playing "out of position".