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Voepel: Fever's perimeter play paves way to Game 1 win

Minnesota knew what was coming, but the Lynx still couldn't stop it. Indiana's perimeter was too dynamic and took advantage of its opportunities to steal Game 1 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday.


Who's the best women's player ever?

It's top-seeded Diana Taurasi vs. Sheryl Swoopes and No. 2 seed Lisa Leslie vs. Sue Bird in the final four of our best baller bracket. Can Sue Bird pull another upset to advance to the final matchup?

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Geno Just Being Geno

UConn coach Geno Auriemma is taking heat for his comments about the Huskies' fan base. But we're now talking about the team before the season has even started. He knows what he's doing.

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Voepel: An open letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver

On the day the WNBA playoffs opened, NBA commissioner Adam Silver vaguely said the league isn't "where we hoped it would be." But what does that mean? Mechelle Voepel takes the gloves off.

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2015 WNBA playoff schedule

Minnesota, which knocked off defending champ Phoenix, and Indiana, which upset top-seeded New York, will meet in the WNBA Finals, which open Sunday on ABC.

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Fever take Game One

Briann January had 19 points and six assists as the Fever stole home-court advantage in the WNBA Finals with a 75-69 victory over the Lynx.