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|
|1 (1)||Minnesota||Must see: Seimone Augustus twirls in sequins and tulle dress; Lynx raise $15,000 for charity|
|2 (2)||Chicago||Sylvia 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)||Phoenix||It’s simple: Beat San Antonio at home on Friday and the Mercury seals postseason return.|
Win over L.A. ends four-game losing skid and keeps Dream in second place in East standings.
|6 (7)||Seattle||Sure, advances to record 10th postseason berth, but first time due to another team’s loss.|
|7 (6)||Washington||Odd scenario gives coach Mike Thibault postseason berth if he beats old team, Connecticut.|
|8 (8)||Indiana||Chugging 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 York||Postseason fate could rest on home matchup against Atlanta on Friday.|
|11 (11)||Tulsa||Eliminated and “Now we want to crush other people’s dreams,” said guard Riquana Williams.|
2012 MVP Tina Charles first reigning MVP to not advance her team to playoffs.
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