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A few familiar faces to the WNBA Playoffs are headlining this year’s playoffs.
Lisa Leslie was the first woman in WNBA history to dunk in a game, but she's so much more than that dunk. The Hall of Famer is someone who truly changed the game.
Brittney Griner and Candice Dupree were too much for the Mystics, as the duo dominated from the outset, to the point of not having to play in the fourth quarter.
The Los Angeles Sparks suffered a terrible loss to the Indiana Fever, as they collapsed in the second half, especially in the third quarter.
The Seattle Storm were down by as much as 16 points, but they didn't let that deter them, as they "stormed" back to beat the Sparks, 85-77.
The Washington Mystics held off a late 7-0 run by the San Antonio Stars and won 66-63. Ivory Latta led the Mystics with 23 points.
DeWanna Bonner's clutch three-pointer at the buzzer leads the Phoenix Mercury past the Tulsa Shock in overtime.
In her second game back, Candace Parker was in midseason form for the Los Angeles Sparks. Parker led the Sparks with 31 points in a road victory over the Chicago Sky
Sylvia Fowles had a solid first game with the Minnesota Lynx, as they were able to stave off the Los Angeles Sparks. Candace Parker had 12 points for the Sparks in her season debut.