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With a trip to the WNBA Finals on the line, the basketball world was tuned in for Game 5 between the Phoenix Mercury and Las Vegas Aces.
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Clutching to a three-point lead at halftime, Las Vegas broke open the game with the longest scoring run by a team facing elimination in WNBA history.
Chicago is headed to the WNBA Finals, while Las Vegas forced a decisive Game 5 in the semifinals and hosts Phoenix on Friday.
— The Las Vegas Aces were embarrassed by their previous two games, a pair of losses that put them on the brink of elimination.
The past two WNBA MVPs are on the brink of elimination. Who has stood out the most this postseason? And what's on the line in Wednesday's games?
Connecticut and Las Vegas started the postseason as the top two seeds. But Chicago and Phoenix have the upper hand through three games.
— The Phoenix Mercury have three of the best players in the WNBA, each one capable of taking over a game.
— Even on an injured foot, Diana Taurasi showed she's far from done chasing another championship.