Phoenix Mercury vs Minnesota Lynx – WNBA Basketball At US Airways Center

Phoenix Mercury vs Minnesota Lynx

WNBA Basketball Game at US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona

We had floor seats at the Phoenix Mercury vs Minnesota Lynx WNBA Basketball Game and access to an exclusive bar with free food as you can see in the video. A good time for sure.

I loved the front side action on the court, watching these tall athletic women putting on the moves, very exciting! I even told my girlfriend, "I hope that one of the players would run this way for the ball and crash right into me! Nothing like a hot, sweaty girl running up your front!" I started laughing my head off! 

Hey, don't worry, my girlfriend has a great sense of humor, she just looked at me, rolled her eyes, said "OMG!" and laughed too.

Verve Lounge

Verve Lounge is a great spot to be too. A great view, couches, plasma TVs, a lot of space to walk around and socialize, 2 bars, tasty food, and a healthy energy drink called Verve, the official energy drink of the Phoenix Suns.

Check out my ticket, Section 111, Row A and Seat number 1 – Hows that for being numero uno!

Phoenix Mercury - WNBA Basketball -Ticket for US Airways Center

Here's a link to a video review of the game:

Phoenix Mercury vs Minnesota Lynx – WNBA Basketball

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The Phoenix Mercury is a professional basketball team based in Phoenix, Arizona, playing in the Western Conference in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The team was founded before the league's inaugural 1997 season began; it is one of the eight original franchises. The team is owned by Robert Sarver, who also owns the Mercury's NBA counterpart, the Phoenix Suns.

The Mercury has qualified for the WNBA Playoffs in six of its fourteen years in Phoenix. The franchise has been home to many high-quality players such as former UConn sharpshooter Diana Taurasi, explosive Rutgers grad Cappie Pondexter, former Temple power forward Candice Dupree, and Australian guard Penny Taylor. In 1998, 2007, and 2009, the Mercury went to the WNBA Finals; they lost to Houston in 1998, but won the title in 2007 and 2009 over Detroit and Indiana, respectively.


The big grin on Phoenix coach Corey Gaines' face might have reminded you of Bruce the Shark when he gets a whiff of blood in "Finding Nemo." The Mercury won the WNBA draft lottery Wednesday. And unless everyone in that organization loses their sanity between now and April, the two-time WNBA champions will add Baylor center Brittney Griner to their franchise.

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Gaines was still in shock after his team won the WNBA draft lottery Wednesday night and earned the No. 1 pick next year and the rights to take Brittney Griner.

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