San Antonio Sets Franchise Records In Decisive Rout Of Phoenix
I am surprised to hear Coach Gaines go to the "they shot well" line yet again when the Mercury had a 53% to 32% advantage behind the line. The Silver Stars did shoot well and Sofia Young was unbelievable but it was the San Antonio defense and effort that did in the Mercury. There was no question from the opening tip who wanted that game more...much more. Only Diana's three point shot (4-5) kept it anything near close in the first half.
- I generally don't sweat less the occasional loss but this one did bother me. I was expecting to see the Mercury compete harder and bring more playoff intensity. They were run out of the gym by San Antonio in a game that should have been much more closely contested. It feels like the team is actually taking a step back of late. The offense isn't nearly as smooth and dynamic and on the court chemistry between the guards is starting to worry me.
Mercury-Sky Preview - WNBA - CBSSports.com Basketball
There seems to be lot of distractions for the Mercury in Chicago. Let's hope they regain some focus and close out the season strong. A loss or even just a poor showing in this game and one has to worry that they are coasting into the playoffs
Sylvia Fowles of the Chicago Sky and the Mercury's point guard Temeka Johnson join forces in this charitable poster
WNBA.com: Sancho Lyttle and Diana Taurasi Named WNBA Players of the Week
No surprise here. Diana flat out killed it against the Silver Stars at home last Thursday. That MVP like performance alone deserved Player of the Week
Congrats to Diana Taurasi and Cappie Pondexter for once again making the US National Team
The WNBA: Much Better Than You Think - Bethlehem Shoals - The Baseline - Sporting News
Another convert. This time Bethlehem Shoals
Brown’s Failed Experiment With Bell | Hoops Addict
Raja Bell a point guard? What was Larry Brown thinking?
Entourage recap: Nash impresses| Valley of the Suns
I actually thought Nash looked as stiff and unnatural as if Vinnie Chase tried to run the point for the Suns