Shock 77, Sparks 75
Lisa Leslie, Cynthia Cooper and Diana Taurasi lead the list selected as the WNBA's Top 15 players of all time.
Sue Bird scored 20 points, Sheryl Swoopes added 16, and the Seattle Storm beat the Los Angeles Sparks 64-50 Sunday to force a decisive Game 3 in the Western Conference semifinal series.
Sunday, Sheryl Swoopes and Tamika Catchings reminded everyone why they're future Hall of Famers, leading Seattle and Indiana, respectively, to wins to extend their playoff series.
Los Angeles Sparks center Lisa Leslie won the WNBA's Most Valuable Player award Sunday, joining Sheryl Swoopes as the league's only three-time winners.
Ten years ago, Sheryl Swoopes was ready to walk away from USA Basketball. But here she is, again leading the way for Team USA.
Just seven original players remain as the WNBA turns 10 this summer. But three of them really stand out.
Dominique Canty scored 17 points to lead the Comets over the Sparks 77-51 Saturday night.
Ahead by 17 early in the first half, the L.A. Sparks beat the host Houston Comets 69-59 Saturday in a game that featured technicals against Lisa Leslie and Sheryl Swoopes.
Sheryl Swoopes wasn't sure she wanted to keep playing. But her son, Jordan, helped her regain her love for the game -- and she remains one of the WNBA's best players.
Forget about talk that Sheryl Swoopes' game is on the decline. Houston's star stole the show on opening weekend.