Whatever issues the WNBA might face at the gate and at the bank, Saturday's All-Star Game proved the WNBA product is better than ever before.
Detroit moved to the head of the pack after the West's best both stumbled last week.
With San Antonio riding a seven-game winning streak and Seattle right behind with six consecutive victories, it's no surprise to see them 1-2 in the Week 9 power rankings.
After last week's top three teams stumbled, San Antonio rode its four-game winning streak to the top of the power rankings.
The top five teams stayed the same in ESPN.com's Week 7 power rankings.
The Sparks remain No. 1 in the ESPN.com Week 6 power rankings. But East leaders Connecticut and Detroit -- who face off twice this week -- aren't far behind.
ESPN.com checks in with the Week 5 power rankings.
ESPN.com checks in with the Week 4 power rankings.
ESPN.com checks in with the Week 3 power rankings.
ESPN.com checks in with the Week 2 power rankings.
ESPN.com checks in with its first impressions now that the 2008 WNBA season is under way.
Nancy Lieberman's Week 13 power rankings include a peek into the analyst's WNBA awards ballot and her take on who might have the advantage in the playoff races.
Detroit, Indiana, San Antonio and Phoenix have locked up playoff spots -- and rank near the top in our power rankings.
Detroit is still on top, but for the first time this season, two West teams joined the Shock in the top three spots of our WNBA power rankings.
While Indiana has lost two straight games -- and Tamika Catchings for at least a couple of weeks -- the Shock have won six in a row to return to the top of our power rankings.
Detroit might be the defending champion, but the Shock have been dethroned by Indiana in Nancy Lieberman's power rankings.