- One ticket to a Phoenix Mercury WNBA game, with options for admission to a post-game autograph pass to meet two players
- Where: US Airways Center
- Door time: 90 minutes before tip-off
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $17 for Lower Level 100 seating ($39 value)
- $29 for Lower Level 100 seating plus admission to a post-game autograph pass to meet two players ($69.75 value)
Games and Dates
- Against the San Antonio Silver Stars on Sunday, July 13, at 3 p.m.
- Against the Washington Mystics on Tuesday, July 15, at 7 p.m.
- Against the Connecticut Sun on Thursday, July 17, at 7 p.m.
The Scouting Report
Sitting atop the WNBA’s Western Conference as the All-Star Break nears, the Phoenix Mercury are enjoying hardwood success thanks in part to its pair of bona fide superstars Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi. Last year, Griner embraced a much-hyped entrance into the league as the No. 1 draft pick, an exclamation point on a college career that ranks among the best of all time. Finding her stride as a pro, she’s posted 16.7 PPG thus far in 2014 to go along with her imposing presence in the middle of the defense, even setting a single-game record with 11 blocks on June 30. Diana Taurasi, now in her 10th season, has played the role of locker-room leader and veteran, adding 18.3 PPG as the spark plug of the offense and its designated high-fiver. Though they fell short of bringing home the franchise’s third championship in 2013, the duo have once again made the Mercury a playoff contender—a status that the Stars, Mystics, and Sun will put to the test come mid-July.
As one of the WNBA's eight charter franchises, the Phoenix Mercury have brought some of the league's biggest stars to the valley over the years. In 2004, the Mercury selected Diana Taurasi with the first overall pick. Two years later, they snagged Cappie Pondexter. Those two selections paid huge dividends in 2007 as the team claimed its first-ever WNBA championship. But perhaps the Mercury's biggest acquisition didn't come until April 2013, when they selected Baylor University's Brittney Griner. Like with Taurasi and Pondexter before her, the Mercury figure to lean on Griner for years to come in hopes of capturing more WNBA titles.