Score updates from around the WNBA
A 8-0 run to close the game gave Las Vegas the 2022 WNBA championship.
While both teams fought valiantly, the Minnesota Lynx showed the world that the WNBA belongs to them.
Minnesota and Los Angeles gave fans another thrilling finish, but this time the Lynx came out on top.
Phoenix almost kept its season alive, but couldn’t overcome 1 LA player: Candace Parker.
Phoenix stormed back late to pull within 4 points of the Sparks, but LA was too much to handle.
Los Angeles and Phoenix played extremely physical Tuesday but it was the Sparks who took Game 1.
After resting the first 2 rounds, the Lynx came out on a mission — mainly Seimone Augustus.
The Minnesota ran away with Game 1 of their Semifinal series against Washington Tuesday night.
Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner lead an experienced Phoenix team over Connecticut 88-83 in elimination playoff game. Mercury now advances to Tuesday’s semifinal against the Sparks.
Kristi Toliver burned the Liberty with 9 triples to avoid being eliminated from the playoffs.
Phoenix erased a 17-point first-half deficit to advance past Connecticut to the Semifinals.
Minnesota stepped up its intensity on defense to defeat Washington.
2nd half play allows New York to extend WNBA's longest win streak
After a bad loss, the Connecticut Sun responded in a dominating fashion. The Phoenix Mercury had no chance.
Chicago and Los Angeles put on a show Friday night, which included 10 extra minutes of tough play.
Washington needs 1 more win to secure a playoff spot — Phoenix denied that happening tonight.
Los Angeles only scored 8 points in the second – NY erupted for 28 and didn’t look back.
A double-double by Krystal Thomas sealed the win — but not the leaking roof at the Capital One Arena.
Chelsea Gray was a powerful force Friday, as LA took the game from Minnesota on the road.
After being shocked on Sunday, Minnesota took care of business Tuesday in Atlanta.
Those are the 4 words Glory Johnson said immediately after the game when Dallas beat Los Angeles.
The Liberty entered halftime tied with the Sparks, but as the game went on LA took off.
Atlanta led Minnesota at the end of 3 quarters, but collapsed in the 4th after being outscored 23-2.
Even without one of its starters, Minnesota’s depth allowed it to defeat Seattle.
Monique Currie played for San Antonio earlier this year — now she plays for Phoenix and went to work against the Stars.
Emma Meesseman led Washington to a win over the Atlanta with her 30 point performance.
Breanna Stewart became the league’s fastest player to 1,000 points and 500 rebounds.
Despite a good look by the Liberty, the Lynx held on to beat New York by 1 on Tuesday night.
After dropping the last five games, the Fever picked up a much-need win against Phoenix.
Behind an opening quarter of 31 points, Minnesota dominated Dallas in almost every category.
Despite being down by 21, with shooters like Kristi Toliver and Ivory Latta on the court Washington was okay.
Allie Quigley and Keisha Hampton put on a shooting show in Seattle to capture the win.