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Looking back at the Mercury’s season highs since All-Star break

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The Phoenix Mercury suffered their 11th straight loss in back-to-back games against the No. 1 ranked Las Vegas Aces. On Sunday afternoon, the Valley team wrapped up their season with the most losses in a single season in franchise history, finishing 9-31. 

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Their previous worst-performing season was in 2012 when the team ended with a 7-27 record – also, the last time the Mercury failed to make a playoff appearance. This marks the end to their record-breaking streak of ten consecutive postseason appearances, the most in WNBA history.

The team has a lot of good pieces that they need to find a way to put together in the offseason. In the meantime, let’s put this season behind us and reminisce about the memorable moments the Mercury have had this season since the All-Star Game.

Brittney Griner taking part in the most watched WNBA All-Star Game in 16 years.

Brittney Griner ascending into the second all-time scoring leader for the Mercury.

Diana Taurasi hitting 10k career points, becoming the first in WNBA history to reach the milestone.

Brittney Griner breaking the franchise record for all-time rebounds.

Sophie Cunningham reaching 1,000 career points at just 26-years-old.


The Mercury scoring 45 points in a single quarter – the most in WNBA history.

Steve Nash showing out for the Mercury as they faced the Wings.

Moriah Jefferson dialing in a career-high 32 points against the Lynx.

Brittney Griner being the 24th player in WNBA history to reach  5,000 career points.

Sug Sutton’s first franchise triple-double in Mercury history.

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Taylyn Hadley is a sports and general assignment reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow her on X via @TAYLYNH11.


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