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The Phoenix Mercury handled the San Antonio Stars, as DeWanna Bonner exploded for another game with more than 30 points.
While so many teams headed to the WNBA Playoffs have multiple headliners on their team, the Indiana Fever have a different composition: The "Power of 1"
Angel McCoughtry has to literally do-it-all for the Atlanta Dream, and unlike in year's past, she's truly embracing her leadership role in the midst of serious adversity.
Early in the first half, it looked like the Connecticut Sun were going to blowout the Atlanta Dream. But rookie Reshanda Gray gave the Dream a huge spark in leading them to the win.
Maya Moore would not be denied, as she led the Minnesota Lynx from 16 points down to beat the Atlanta Dream, 84-82
Tayler Hill was on fire against the Connecticut Sun, as she scored a career-high 20 points in leading the Washington Mystics to the Win.
Candice Dupree scored 27 points, as the Phoenix Mercury were able to stave off the Atlanta Dream. Atlanta is now on a five-game losing streak.
Phoenix Mercury All-Star DeWanna Bonner was the star of stars last night, as she erupted for a career-high 34 points in leading the Mercury to an overtime win over the Chicago Sky.
The New York Liberty head into All-Star Weekend confident as the number one team in the Eastern Conference after 59-53 defeat against L.A. Sparks.