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Han (Anything But) Solo; Impactful Liberty rookie connecting with New York, teammates

Upon entry, Han apparently has the potential growth of an entire league and country on her shoulders. She has handled it with the utmost grace thus far. But a reassuring factor in the grand scheme of her New York story’s opening chapters is that she doesn’t walk alone.

By Geoff Magliocchetti

The Hidden Benefit of the New York Liberty’s Recent Trade

The trading of Sugar Rodgers for the return of Tanisha Wright seems questionable at best, but a crucial long-term benefit could lay within for the New York Liberty.

By Geoff Magliocchetti

After Turning Away The Lynx, How Much Do The Sparks Have Left?

Minutes prior, Nneka Ogwumike and Chelsea Gray took the podium, and they smiled and laughed so hard you questioned if their bellies hurt. It was just that kind of atmosphere for the home team.

By Brady Klopfer

Wings Exit Postseason, Look to Future

“I think our team really battled,” said interim head coach Taj McWilliams-Franklin. “Phoenix played out of their minds and had some great shooting from their big three and they really carried them throughout the game.”

By Dorothy J. Gentry

Mercury Use Offensive Explosion To Power Past Wings

One of the keys for the Mercury coming into this game was their ability to knock down shots, especially from behind the three-point line.

By Pat Ralph

No Hollywood Ending For The Defending Champions

With a 75-68 loss to the Los Angeles Sparks in a first-round single-elimination matchup, veteran guard Lindsay Whalen officially played her last game in a Lynx uniform.

By Tyler Berry