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The WNBA playoffs begin tonight, with No. 6 Chicago vs No. 7 Connecticut (7:00pm EST on ESPN2) and No. 5 Phoenix vs No. 8 Washington (9:00pm EST). Both games are single-elimination, with the winners playing No. 3 Los Angeles and No. 4 Minnesota on Friday.

To celebrate the beginning of what promises to be a hectic WNBA postseason, we’re running through the top plays from the last stretch of regular season play.


 

JULIE ALLEMAND SETS A NEW CAREER RECORD WITH THE DEEP THREE BUZZER BEATER
MVP FAVORITE A’JA WILSON SENDS THE BALL INTO THE STANDS WITH THIS EMPHATIC BLOCK
DIANA TAURASI (28) AND SKYLAR DIGGINS-SMITH (33) COMBINE FOR 61 IN THE MERCURY’S OVERTIME WIN
BRIANNA TURNER CONTINUES TO BREAK RECORDS WITH A 21 REBOUND NIGHT
WHAT CAN’T SHE DO?! BREANNA STEWART BANKS IN THE HALF COURT THREE TO BEAT THE SHOT CLOCK
SUE BIRD: STILL DROPPING DIMES AT AGE 39
SATOU SABALLY MAKES A LATE PUSH FOR ROTY WITH 25/7/3
SKYLAR DIGGINS-SMITH HITS THE DEEP THREE ON THE RUN TO TIE UP THE GAME (AND MAKE SC’S TOP 10)

Skylar\u2019s number one \uD83D\uDE08#4TheValley x #SCTop10 pic.twitter.com/vm0bR2A9Lv

— Phoenix Mercury (x) (@PhoenixMercury) September 10, 2020

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A’JA WILSON LEADS LAS VEGAS TO A WIN OVER SEATTLE AND THE #1 SEED IN THE FINAL GAME OF THE REGULAR SEASON
COURTNEY VANDERSLOOT MAKES HISTORY AFTER A STATISTICAL CORRECTION
ARIKE OGUNBOWALE, IN JUST HER SECOND SEASON, WINS THE SCORING TITLE AFTER AVERAGING 22.8 PPG
THE PLAYOFFS START TONIGHT, SEPTEMBER 15TH. GET CAUGHT UP ON THE FORMAT AND TUNE IN AT 7:00PM.