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Originally published August 4, 2014 at 6:39 PM | Page modified August 4, 2014 at 6:44 PM

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Jayda Evans’ WNBA power rankings

Phoenix and Minnesota maintain top spots. Chicago make big move up and Storm is now in basement.


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Jayda Evans’ WNBA power rankings
Last week's rankings in parentheses
RankTeamComment
1 (1)PhoenixHad franchise-best 16-game winning streak snapped in a 75-67 loss to Minnesota on Thursday.
2 (2)MinnesotaMaya Moore set WNBA season record for most games scoring 30 points or more, with her 11th.
3 (4)IndianaFever tied for second in East standings but Indiana also only 2½ games from last in conference.
4 (6)Los AngelesNew owner Magic Johnson in attendance to see Kristi Toliver nail winning three-pointer Sunday
5 (8)New YorkWon five of seven games to jump back into playoff race; five games out of first in East.
6 (5)AtlantaRookie Shoni Schimmel’s return to Northwest drawing a near sellout at KeyArena on Thursday.
7 (3)WashingtonYouthful roster faces big test in trying to limit errors to retain playoff positioning.
8 (12)ChicagoElena Delle Donne returns from treating Lyme disease flare-up, averages 15.5 points in two wins
9 (7)San AntonioBig game Friday in Tulsa. Stars have three-game lead on Shock for final playoff spot.
10 (9)TulsaRiquna Williams to undergo season-ending knee surgery; averaging 6.9 points in 11 games.
11 (10)ConnecticutHas a friendly schedule for last postseason push, playing four of its final five games at home.
12 (11)Seattle

Simple math for the Storm: has to win final four games to keep its slim playoff hopes alive.



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