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Jayda Evans’ power rankings

Jayda Evans ranks the WNBA teams as the league begins the postseason.

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Jayda Evans’ WNBA power rankings
Last week’s rankings in parentheses. Predicted playoff series outcomes at end of comments
RankTeamComment
1 (1)MinnesotaIt’ll be more than one bucket separating Lynx from advancing by Storm this year; Lynx 2-0
2 (2)ChicagoNewbies immediately tested in opener against 2012 champs Indiana; Sky 2-1
3 (3)Los AngelesCushy 15-2 record at Staples Center, but one loss was to Phoenix; Sparks 2-0
4 (8)WashingtonFirst return to postseason since 2010 and enters on three-game win streak; Mystics 2-1
5 (4)PhoenixSeason looks to be a trial run for when Brittney Griner bulks up for 2014; Sparks 2-0
6 (6)SeattleTwo more games likely not enough for Storm to get a win against Lynx this year, Lynx 2-0
7 (7)IndianaSlipped into playoff backdoor, but return of All-Star Katie Douglas could add boost; Sky 2-1
8 (5) AtlantaEnters postseason on worst tailspin in league at 3-7 in past 10; Mystics 2-1
9 (9)TulsaUnfair youngest team in West will earn another lottery pick; championship should follow
10 (10)New YorkTeam back to Madison Square Garden; Broadway Bill Laimbeer needs to get show together
11 (11)San AntonioShould return injured All-Stars Becky Hammon (knee), Sophia Young (knee,) which should help
12 (12)ConnecticutBest chance for top lottery pick, could replace aging Kara Lawson with Odyssey Sims (Baylor)

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