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2009 WNBA Playoffs

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2009 WNBA Playoffs
2009 WNBA Playoffs logo.png
DatesSeptember 16 – October 9
ChampionsPhoenix Mercury (Finals Champion)
East championIndiana Fever (Coach: Lin Dunn)
West championPhoenix Mercury (Coach: Corey Gaines)
Attendance9,979 per game

The 2009 WNBA Playoffs is the postseason for the Women's National Basketball Association's 2009 season.

Format

  • The top 4 teams from each conference qualify for the playoffs.
    • All 4 teams are seeded by basis of their standings.
  • The series for rounds one and two are in a best-of-three format with Games 2 and 3 on the home court of the team with the higher seed.
  • The series for the WNBA Finals is in a best-of-five format with Games 1, 2 and 5 on the home court of the team with the higher seed.

Playoff qualifying

Eastern Conference

The following teams clinched a playoff berth in the East:

  1. Indiana Fever (22–12)
  2. Atlanta Dream (18–16)
  3. Detroit Shock (18–16)
  4. Washington Mystics (16–18)
Western Conference

The following teams clinched a playoff berth in the West:

  1. Phoenix Mercury (23–11)
  2. Seattle Storm (20–14)
  3. Los Angeles Sparks (18–16)
  4. San Antonio Silver Stars (15–19)

Bracket

This is the outlook for the 2009 WNBA playoffs. Teams in italics had home court advantage. Teams in bold advanced to the next round. Numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's original playoffs seeding in their respective conferences. Numbers to the right of each team indicate the number of games the team won in that round.

Conference Semi-Finals
Best-of-3
Conference Finals
Best-of-3
WNBA Finals
Best-of-5
         
E1 Indiana 2
E4 Washington 0
E1 Indiana 2
Eastern Conference
E3 Detroit 1
E2 Atlanta 0
E3 Detroit 2
E1 Indiana 2
W1 Phoenix 3
W1 Phoenix 2
W4 San Antonio 1
W1 Phoenix 2
Western Conference
W3 Los Angeles 1
W2 Seattle 1
W3 Los Angeles 2

Eastern Conference

First Round

(1) Indiana Fever vs. (4) Washington Mystics

September 17
8:00 p.m.
Indiana Fever 88, Washington Mystics 79
Pts: Catchings (26)
Rebs: Catchings (12)
Pts: Langhorne (18)
Rebs: Langhorne (10)
September 19
7:00 p.m.
Washington Mystics 74, Indiana Fever 81 (OT)
Pts: Langhorne (15)
Rebs: Currie (14)
Pts: Catchings (24)
Rebs: Catchings (16)
Indiana won the series 2–0

(2) Atlanta Dream vs. (3) Detroit Shock

September 16
8:00 p.m.
Atlanta Dream 89, Detroit Shock 94
Pts: Castro Marques (25)
Rebs: Lyttle (9)
Pts: Nolan (25)
Rebs: Ford (10)
September 18
7:30 p.m.
Detroit Shock 94, Atlanta Dream 79
Pts: Nolan (22)
Rebs: Braxton, Hornbuckle (8)
Pts: Latta (21)
Rebs: de Souza (7)
Detroit won the series 2–0

Conference Finals: (1) Indiana Fever vs. (3) Detroit Shock

September 23
8:00 p.m.
Indiana Fever 56, Detroit Shock 72
Pts: Douglas (16)
Rebs: Catchings (11)
Pts: Zellous (23)
Rebs: Braxton, Ford (9)
September 25
7:00 p.m.
Detroit Shock 75, Indiana Fever 79
Pts: Nolan (23)
Rebs: Ford (13)
Pts: Catchings (22)
Rebs: Catchings (9)
September 26
7:00 p.m.
Detroit Shock 67, Indiana Fever 72
Pts: Nolan (16)
Rebs: Ford (11)
Pts: Sutton-Brown (17)
Rebs: Catchings (8)
Indiana won the series 2–1

Western Conference

First Round

(1) Phoenix Mercury vs. (4) San Antonio Silver Stars

September 17
10:00 p.m.
Phoenix Mercury 91, San Antonio Silver Stars 92
Pts: Taylor (18)
Rebs: Taurasi (7)
Pts: Young (24)
Rebs: Wauters (11)
September 19
10:00 p.m.
San Antonio Silver Stars 78, Phoenix Mercury 106
Pts: Young (19)
Rebs: Wauters (5)
Pts: Taurasi (24)
Rebs: Bonner (13)
September 21
10:00 p.m.
San Antonio Silver Stars 92, Phoenix Mercury 100
Pts: Hammon (29)
Rebs: Young (8)
Pts: Taurasi (30)
Rebs: T. Smith (8)
Phoenix won the series 2–1

(2) Seattle Storm vs. (3) Los Angeles Sparks

September 16
10:00 p.m.
Seattle Storm 63, Los Angeles Sparks 70
Pts: Cash (24)
Rebs: Batkovic-Brown (7)
Pts: Thompson (16)
Rebs: Leslie, Parker (10)
September 18
10:00 p.m.
Los Angeles Sparks 74, Seattle Storm 75
Pts: Lennox (17)
Rebs: Leslie (14)
Pts: Cash (18)
Rebs: Wright (6)
KeyArena, Seattle, WA
Attendance: 8,854
September 20
5:00 p.m.
Los Angeles Sparks 75, Seattle Storm 64
Pts: Parker (22)
Rebs: Milton-Jones (9)
Pts: Cash (21)
Rebs: Cash (10)
Los Angeles won the series 2–1
KeyArena, Seattle, WA
Attendance: 8,159

Conference Finals: (1) Phoenix Mercury vs. (3) Los Angeles Sparks

September 23
10:00 p.m.
Phoenix Mercury 103, Los Angeles Sparks 94
Pts: Taurasi (28)
Rebs: T. Smith (6)
Pts: Parker (28)
Rebs: Parker (10)
September 25
10:00 p.m.
Los Angeles Sparks 87, Phoenix Mercury 76
Pts: Parker (24)
Rebs: Parker (18)
Pts: Taurasi (25)
Rebs: Pondexter (7)
September 26
10:00 p.m.
Los Angeles Sparks 74, Phoenix Mercury 85
Pts: Leslie (22)
Rebs: Thompson (11)
Pts: Taurasi (21)
Rebs: Taurasi (7)
Phoenix won the series 2–1

WNBA Finals: (1) Phoenix Mercury vs. (1) Indiana Fever

September 29
9:00 p.m.
Indiana Fever 116, Phoenix Mercury 120 (OT)
Pts: Douglas (30)
Rebs: Hoffman (8)
Pts: Pondexter, Taylor (23)
Rebs: Taurasi (9)
US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ
Attendance: 11,617
October 1
9:00 p.m.
Indiana Fever 93, Phoenix Mercury 84
Pts: Catchings (19)
Rebs: Catchings (9)
Pts: Taurasi (20)
Rebs: Taurasi (7)
US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ
Attendance: 16,758
October 4
4:00 p.m.
Phoenix Mercury 85, Indiana Fever 86
Pts: Pondexter (23)
Rebs: T. Smith (10)
Pts: Hoffman (18)
Rebs: Catchings (12)
October 7
7:30 p.m.
Phoenix Mercury 90, Indiana Fever 77
Pts: Pondexter (22)
Rebs: Willingham (8)
Pts: Catchings (24)
Rebs: Catchings (12)
October 9
9:00 p.m.
Indiana Fever 86, Phoenix Mercury 94
Pts: Sutton-Brown (22)
Rebs: Catchings (9)
Pts: Taurasi (26)
Rebs: Smith (8)
Phoenix won the series 3-2
US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ
Attendance: 17,313
  • All times Eastern

References

  1. ^ Bruin Alumnae Return To Pauley Pavilion For LA Sparks Playoff Game Wednesday, UCLABruins.com, September 22, 2009. Accessed 2009-09-24. Archived 2009-09-27.

1. https://web.archive.org/web/20061113135528/http://www.wnba.com/standings/team_record_comparison/conferenceNew_Std_Cnf.html

External links

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