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Originally published September 2, 2013 at 6:20 PM | Page modified September 2, 2013 at 6:25 PM

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Jayda Evans’ WNBA power rankings

Minnesota stays on top, and Storm moves up one spot to sixth.

Jayda Evans WNBA power rankings
Last week's rankings in parentheses
RankTeamComment
1 (1)MinnesotaMust see: Seimone Augustus twirls in sequins and tulle dress; Lynx raise $15,000 for charity
2 (2)ChicagoSylvia Fowles gets 18 points, six rebounds and four steals in win that clinches title in East.
3 (3)Los Angeles

Dropped two games behind Minnesota for Western Conference title, four games remain.

4 (4)PhoenixIt’s simple: Beat San Antonio at home on Friday and the Mercury seals postseason return.
5 (5)Atlanta

Win over L.A. ends four-game losing skid and keeps Dream in second place in East standings.

6 (7)SeattleSure, advances to record 10th postseason berth, but first time due to another team’s loss.
7 (6)WashingtonOdd scenario gives coach Mike Thibault postseason berth if he beats old team, Connecticut.
8 (8)IndianaChugging along in injury-filled season to move a half-game closer to East’s third playoff spot.
9 (9)San Antonio

Weeklong schedule break could help Danielle Robinson (knee) return vs. Phoenix.

10 (10)New YorkPostseason fate could rest on home matchup against Atlanta on Friday.
11 (11)TulsaEliminated and “Now we want to crush other people’s dreams,” said guard Riquana Williams.
12 (12)Connecticut

2012 MVP Tina Charles first reigning MVP to not advance her team to playoffs.


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