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Ogwumike 'stepping between the lines' for upcoming Finals.

2016 WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike is gearing up for this year's WNBA Finals rematch and shares how to take the WNBA global.

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Auriemma showing commitment to state education.

Kate Fagan is impressed by Geno Auriemma's offer to forgo his salary to help the state of Connecticut.

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Sparks edge Mercury to cap three-game sweep.

Candace Parker scores 21 points, including the go-ahead bucket in the final seconds of Los Angeles's 89-87 win over Phoenix.

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Lynx sweep Mystics, onto WNBA Finals.

Maya Moore leads Minnesota with 21 points in an 81-70 win over Washington, completing the three-game sweep.

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MVP Fowles leads Lynx to 2-0 series lead.

After winning the MVP award earlier in the day, Sylvia Fowles scores 25 points in Minnesota's 93-83 win over Washington.

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Sparks take 2-0 series lead.

Candace Parker leads Los Angeles with 24 points in an 86-73 win over Phoenix.

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MVP award means 'everything' to Fowles.

After winning the WNBA MVP award, Sylvia Fowles joins SC6 to explain how this compares to all the other feats in her storied career.

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Fowles' extremely emotional MVP speech.

Sylvia Fowles of the Minnesota Lynx breaks down into tears and she accepts the 2017 WNBA MVP award.

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Balanced Sparks take Game 1.

All five Los Angeles starters score in double digits in a 79-66 win against Phoenix.

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Lynx roll to Game 1 victory.

Minnesota makes a franchise-playoff-record 12 3-pointers and Seimone Augustus scores 24 points in a 101-81 win over Washington.

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Magic Johnson's unforgettable advice to Sparks.

As Candace Parker and the Sparks gear up to face the Mercury, the WNBA star shares how Magic Johnson lifted the spirits of the L.A. Sparks during the 2016 WNBA Finals.

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Mercury knock out Sun behind Griner's 26.

Brittney Griner tallies 26 points and Diana Taurasi nets 23 of her own, as Phoenix wins the single elimination second round playoff game over Connecticut 88-83.

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Toliver leads Mystics past Liberty.

Kristi Toliver scored 32 points, including nine 3-pointers, in Washington's 82-68 win over New York in the second round of the WNBA playoffs.

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Ogwumike, Sparks inspired after D.C. museum visit.

LA Sparks players discuss the powerful impact their visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. had on their lives.

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Mercury pull away late to topple Storm.

Four of Phoenix's starters score in double digits, led by Brittney Griner's 23 points, in a 79-69 win over Seattle.

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Taurasi reaches 1,000 career playoff points.

Diana Taurasi makes her way down the court and drills a 3-pointer in which she reaches 1,000 career playoff points, second most all-time behind Tamika Catchings.

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Mystics eliminate Wings in first round of WNBA playoffs.

Elena Delle Donne scores 25 points and picks up 11 rebounds to help Washington defeat the Mystics in a single-elimination game 86-76.

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Ogwumike doesn't agree with Powers' late-game ejection.

Chiney Ogwumike breaks down Aerial Powers' drive to the basket which led to her being ejected late in the fourth quarter.

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Powers, Ruffin-Pratt get techs after scuffle.

Aerial Powers and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt get tangled underneath the basket, while players and referees break up the scuffle as both player are rewarded a technical foul.

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Bird breaks the WNBA all-time assist record.

Sue Bird collects her 2,600th career assist against Washington, passing Ticha Penicheiro, who previously held the record with 2,599 assists.

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Inspiring Greatness: Shao Ting's unique path to excellence.

Chinese basketball star Shao Ting embraces her unusual path to success.

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Houston disaster hits close to home for Ogwumike.

ESPN's Chiney Ogwumike shares how her family in Houston, Texas is coping with the destruction of Hurricane Harvey.

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Akhator discusses WNBA transition, playing for Nigeria.

Evelyn Akhator sits down with ESPN to share her excitement after being selected to represent Nigeria and opens up about her transition to the WNBA.

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WNBA unified in protest.

Howard Bryant breaks down why the WNBA's handling of protests is more impressive than any men's leagues.

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E:60 - Brittney Griner.

WNBA star Brittney Griner describes how she was bullied as a child, shares the story of telling her mom that she is gay and discusses her 2015 domestic violence arrest.

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Where is Schuye LaRue?

E:60 and Shelley Smith dive into the search for former women's college basketball star Schuye LaRue, homeless on the streets of Washington, D.C.

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Kara Lawson stumbles upon Schuye LaRue.

Schuye LaRue's career had ended, and for the next five years, her whereabouts were a mystery -- until Kara Lawson came across LaRue outside of a convenience store. The ESPN analyst recalls their exchange in this E:60 excerpt.

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