In case you missed any of the great coverage out there for the WNBA Finals...
Taurasi set to be named WNBA MVP
Taurasi set to be named WNBA MVP, "If you look at the list of people who won it, to be mentioned in that group is pretty special," Mercury star Diana Taurasi said.
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WNBA.com: Phoenix Mercury Practice Quotes: 2009 Finals
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GM Steve Kerr Hands Out Free Tickets: the Phoenix Mercury Shoot for Second WNBA Championship Starting this Week - Phoenix News - Valley Fever
Phoenix News. GM Steve Kerr Hands Out Free Tickets: the Phoenix Mercury Shoot for Second WNBA Championship Starting this Week. Phoenix New Times news, blogs, music, movies, restaurants and the arts.
Fever fight for title, franchise future
"For this to be economically viable, the attendance has to increase substantially and the corporate commitment needs to increase substantially," said Jim Morris, President of Pacers Sports and Entertainment. Asked what he would consider substantial, Morris answered, "Your guess is as good as mine but we'd like to have the place full, especially for the playoffs."
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Style, pace will determine West finals Game 3 winner - ESPN
What will make the difference is what style most of Game 3 is. The Mercury want the pace to be breakneck, and the Sparks want it to be more deliberate. The first game of the series went just like the Mercury prefers, as Phoenix won 103-94. Friday's contest was much more to the liking of the Sparks; it was just the fourth time this season that Phoenix was held to fewer than 80 points.
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Though the Merc's bench didn't score much, they did actually play significant minutes (56 split between four players) compared to LA's (34 split between two players). With the games being back to back, I wonder how the Sparks' legs will feel in the fourth quarter?