Phoenix Mercury

The Phoenix Mercury coaching staff and bench during a game

‘It’s embarrassing’: The Phoenix Mercury are going through it

By Hayden Cilley / June 9, 2022

What needs to change?

The on-court players for the Phoenix Mercury huddle-up

What must change for the Phoenix Mercury?

By Hayden Cilley / June 2, 2022

And what can Karlie Samuelson’s role be?

Defining that Sam Thomas energy for Phoenix

By Hayden Cilley / May 24, 2022

How the undrafted Mercury forward has endeared herself to her team

The on-court players for the Phoenix Mercury huddle-up

Questions from Taurasi, Diggins-Smith argument hover over Phoenix Mercury

By Hayden Cilley / May 20, 2022

Diggins-Smith missing on Thursday, return still unknown

Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird (10) guards Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi (3) in the Phoenix Mercury’s 69-64 win over the Seattle Storm, Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Wash. (Lydia Ely photo)

Sights and sounds from the GOAT wars: Taurasi vs. Bird

By Rowan Schaberg / May 16, 2022

Inside the battle of legends Sunday in Seattle


‘Punch them in the mouth’ Phoenix Mercury’s motto after the season opener

By Hayden Cilley / May 12, 2022

Mercury were punched in the season opener but now they’re doing the punching


Sights, sounds and the sentiments of the Phoenix Mercury on opening night

By Hayden Cilley / May 7, 2022

Brittney Griner’s detention in Russia, a new head coach and new players made for an unusual start to the season for the Mercury

2022 WNBA season preview: Phoenix Mercury

By Hayden Cilley / May 5, 2022

Taurasi sets the course, as Griner is missed

Brittney Griner case ruled ‘wrongfully detained’ by U.S. government

By Gabriella Lewis / May 3, 2022

League plans to honor Griner, help Mercury navigate her absence


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Phoenix Mercury’s 2022 WNBA Draft night

By The Next / April 12, 2022

‘Everything that’s been very focused on getting Griner home still remains the focus and that is the number one priority I think for everybody in and around the WNBA’ said Alex