Minnesota Lynx still on top of Jayda Evans' WNBA power rankings.

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WNBA power rankings
Seattle Times reporter Jayda Evans ranks the WNBA teams:
Rank (prev.) Team (W-L) Comment
1. (1) Minnesota (13-2) Only remaining team with a perfect record at home (8-0).
2. (6) Indiana (8-5) Spokane’s Briann January averaging 10.2 points a year after knee surgery.
3. (4) Chicago (8-5) Needs work on consistency; playing 4 of next 5 games at home should help.
4. (5) San Antonio (7-5) Hottest team in the league with three-game win streak, and Phoenix is next.
5. (2) Los Angeles (10-6) Monday wasn’t Miller time. Coco (LA) and Kelly (NY) Miller both cut from teams.
6. (7) Seattle (7-8) Plays at Los Angeles in ESPN2 Game of the Week on Saturday at 7 p.m.
7. (3) Connecticut (10-4) Plays a tough schedule entering Olympic break, with 4 of 5 on road.
8. (8) Atlanta (7-8) Joined city’s other pro teams supporting $8.5 billion transportation referendum.
9. (9) New York (5-9) Zags’ Katelan Redmon signed 7-day contract after being cut during training camp.
10. (11) Tulsa (2-12) Traded guard Karima Christmas for Indiana’s Roneeka Hodges on Monday.
11. (10) Washington (3-10) Mystics keeping standout Monique Currie on bench and it’s working.
12. (12) Phoenix (4-10) With rookie point guard Samantha Prahalis rising, cut Andrea Riley on Sunday.
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