Phoenix Mercury remain in win-now mode, General Manager Jim Pitman says, after falling two wins short of their fourth WNBA title.
ASU baseball, under new coach Willie Bloomquist, hosts Long Beach State in a 16-inning fall scrimmage game Saturday.
The Phoenix Mercury received a $10,000 fine from the WNBA on Tuesday for their players not participating in postgame after Finals Game 4 on Sunday.
Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi drew a $2,500 fine Thursday for contact with a game official during WNBA Finals Game 2.
Kahleah Copper scored 20 points in the first half Friday, leading the Chicago Sky to an 86-50 win over the Phoenix Mercury and 2-1 lead in the WNBA Finals.
The scene for the WNBA Finals shifts to Chicago, where the Phoenix Mercury and Sky need two wins out of three remaining games for a title.
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The Las Vegas Aces outscored the Phoenix Mercury 29-11 in the third quarter en route to a 93-76 win evening their WNBA semifinal series at 2-2.