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Here are highlights, postgame interviews and the whole WNBA experience from the 1st game of the WNBA Finals.
Indiana grabs a victory from the Sky to force game 3. Fever superstar Tamika Catchings plays with focus and fun.
Coach Stephanie White has made it through an entire season in her first year as a head coach in the WNBA, but she is no stranger to the team she now leads.
Emma Meesseman, the soft spoken 6-foot-4 All-Star for the Washington Mystics, was very quiet when she first arrived in the US. But now, she's standing out -- and speaking up.
Jantel Lavender continues to show why she's a formidable force for the Los Angeles Sparks.
Yes, Brittney Griner dunked, but it was the smallest player on the floor for the Washington Mystics, Ivory Latta, that made most impact.
The San Antonio Stars had a one-point lead at halftime over the Minnesota Lynx. Let's just say the Lynx didn't take too kindly to that, with their explosion in the third quarter, which led to an easy victory.