Phoenix Mercury leads by example
www.basketlfb.comAfter growing as a player overseas, Lenae Williams will once again wear a Phoenix Mercury jersey.If their pre-season moves are any indication, defending WNBA champions the Phoenix Mercury are ready to come out of the gates shooting when their season opens May 15.In addition to an ... More >>
Phoenix Mercury players pose with fans, and their two championship trophies.How big of a deal was Friday's WNBA championship game in Phoenix? Well, consider this: the only other time a basketball team's won a championship in this city, it was the Boston Celtics beating the Phoenix Suns on ... More >>
Courtesy of the WNBAMercury guard Cappie Pondexter scored 22 points in game four.The Phoenix Mercury play their best when their backs are against the wall. Such was the case with game four of the WNBA finals -- the Mercury entered the game down 2-1 to the Indiana Fever in the best-of-five series. ... More >>
Courtesy of the WNBADespite Diana Taurasi and Cappie Pondexter finally finding their groove early in a game this WNBA finals series, the Phoenix Mercury lost game three by one point, putting them one loss away from elimination as they seek their second title. The visiting Mercury had a bette ... More >>
E. Groves Diana Taurasi was too late hitting her stride in game two.After a high-paced, high-scoring, record-breaking game one, Valley sports fans turned out at US Airways Center last night for a big disappointment in game two of the WNBA finals. To say the Phoenix Mercury, 2007 WNBA Cham ... More >>
Playing the blame game at U.S. Air
The best baller in Phoenix doesn't play for the Suns. Can Diana Taurasi take the Mercury all the way?