Rank 'Em: Best WNBA championship teams

October 10, 2013

For the second time in three seasons, the Minnesota Lynx were crowned champions of the WNBA. And for the second time in three seasons, it came at the expense of the Atlanta Dream. Lead by Seimone Augustus and Maya Moore, Minnesota sailed through the postseason, winning by an average of 12.3 points in the first two rounds and almost 20 points in the Finals. Are the 2013 Lynx, who became just the second team to sweep through the playoffs since the debut of the 3-3-5 format, the league's best ever championship team? Set your rankings below!

Best WNBA championship teams

1998 Comets

1998 Comets

Regular-season record: 27-3
Playoff record: 4-1

1999 Comets

1999 Comets

Regular-season record: 26-6
Playoff record: 4-1

2002 Sparks

2002 Sparks

Regular-season record: 25-7
Playoff record: 6-0

2005 Monarchs

2005 Monarchs

Regular-season record: 25-9
Playoff record: 7-1

2006 Shock

2006 Shock

Regular-season record: 23-11
Playoff record: 7-3

2008 Shock

2008 Shock

Regular-season record: 22-12
Playoff record: 7-2

2009 Mercury

2009 Mercury

Regular-season record: 23-11
Playoff record: 7-4

2010 Storm

2010 Storm

Regular-season record: 28-6
Playoff record: 7-0

2011 Lynx

2011 Lynx

Regular-season record: 27-7
Playoff record: 7-1

2013 Lynx

2013 Lynx

Regular-season record: 26-8
Playoff record: 7-0

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