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Phoenix Mercury tickets
League: Women's National Basketball Association
Location: Phoenix, Ariz.
Arena: Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Phoenix Mercury TicketsThe Phoenix Mercury, one of the original eight franchises to compete in the WNBA, made its debut on June 22, 1997. The Mercury began its inaugural season with women's basketball legend Cheryl Miller acting as both coach and general manager of the franchise. Miller led the team to four playoff appearances in its first four years of existence and a trip to the league finals. Paul Westhead took over as coach of the Phoenix Mercury in 2006 and his well-celebrated fast-break style of play proved to be a perfect fit for the players on the Mercury roster at the time. A year later, the team won the 2007 championship while breaking a number of team and WNBA offensive records. The team reigned as champions once again in 2009 and went on to win its third WNBA Championship in 2014. Catch the basketball action up close and in person when you purchase your Phoenix Mercury tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Phoenix Mercury game?The Phoenix Mercury will play its 2020 home schedule at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in Phoenix, Ariz. The Coliseum is where the Phoenix Suns once played their home games. It will serve as the Mercury home while the arena they used since their inaugural season, the Talking Stick Resort Arena, is renovated.
When can I see a Phoenix Mercury game?The Phoenix Mercury kicks off its 2020 regular-season schedule with a May 17 home game against the Seattle Storm. The team will finish up the regular season four months later with a game on the road against the Minnesota Lynx. Fans of the Mercury can always find the best tickets to both home and road games at StubHub, the world’s leading online ticket marketplace.
What players will I see on the court at a Phoenix Mercury game?Diana Taurasi has been the face of the Phoenix Mercury since she was selected by the franchise with the first pick in the 2004 WNBA draft. With a resume that includes three WNBA titles and four Olympic gold medals, Taurasi is unmatched as an athlete. Taurasi also won three NCAA Championships while in college. The aggressive style of play employed by 6-foot-9 center Brittney Griner has allowed her to record more than 600 blocks as a WNBA player. Griner was invited to the league all-star game in 2019 for the sixth time in her six-year playing career.
Who is the coach of the Phoenix Mercury?Australian-born Sandy Brondello has been the head coach of the Phoenix Mercury since November 2013. Brondello is the winningest coach in Mercury franchise history for both regular season and postseason play. Her impact on the Mercury was felt in her first full season as the team's head coach. In 2014, the Mercury won a record 29 games as well as a WNBA Championship, and Brondello earned Coach of the Year honors for her leadership.
Who are some notable former players from the Phoenix Mercury?Three of the four players who have been honored by the Phoenix Mercury played during the team's inaugural season. Michelle Timms played five seasons with the Phoenix Mercury. The Australian native retired as the team's career leader for both assists and steals with 551 and 188 respectively. Jennifer Gillom played six years for the Phoenix Mercury and averaged 15.3 points a game. Gillom played in the first WNBA All-Star game in 1999 and was a part of three Phoenix Mercury playoff teams. Bridget Pettis was the first player to ever score a point for the Phoenix Mercury franchise and has been honored by the franchise for the many contributions she made to the team. Penny Taylor became a member of the Phoenix Mercury in 2004 when the team selected her in a dispersal draft to allow active WNBA teams to draft players from the defunct Cleveland Rockers. Taylor went on to win multiple championships with the Mercury and is a fan favorite in Phoenix.
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