From Kristi Toliver and Diana Taurasi in the West to Swin Cash in the East, these players might make the biggest impact in the postseason.
ESPN and the WNBA have extended their agreement through the 2022 season, it was announced at a news conference in New York City on Thursday.
The Sky got Swin Cash and L'Coe Willingham in a trade with the Storm.
Swin Cash and Cappie Pondexter scored 14 points each to help the United States finish off its European tour with a 73-63 victory over UE Sopron on Sunday night.
Tina Charles' 28 points weren't enough to help the United States overcome too many turnovers in a 83-77 loss to 2011 Czech League champion USK Prague on Saturday.
Storm 70, Silver Stars 60
Diana Taurasi picked off an errant pass by Sue Bird and made a driving shot with 6.3 seconds left to lift the Phoenix Mercury past the Seattle Storm 81-79.
Sue Bird scored 17 points and Swin Cash added 16 to help the Seattle Storm beat the San Antonio Silver Stars 78-64 Tuesday night.
All-Star Game MVP Swin Cash, Seattle Storm look to regain their championship form going into the second half of the WNBA season.
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Tulsa Shock rookie Liz Cambage has been announced as the replacement for injured Los Angeles center Candace Parker on the Western Conference roster for Saturday's WNBA All-Star game.
Phoenix's Diana Taurasi, Seattle's Sue Bird and Indiana's Tamika Catchings were voted as starters for the WNBA All-Star game again.
Sue Bird scored 22 points and Swin Cash added 20 in the Storm's 79-71 victory over the Mystics.
Swin Cash had 16 of her 26 points in the third quarter to help the Seattle Storm beat the Los Angeles Sparks 99-80 on Saturday night.
Storm 73, Mystics 63
In a more competitive Western Conference, it's clear Seattle isn't going to run over the rest of the league. But the Storm are starting to play more like the resilient team that won the 2010 title.