Minnesota, the Storm's playoff opponent, still on top of WNBA rankings.

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Jayda Evans’ WNBA power rankings
Final rankings of season. Last week’s rankings in parentheses.
Team W-L Comment
1. (1) Minnesota 27-7 Lost 99-84 Sunday to miss chance to tie all-time WNBA win record
2. (3) Connecticut 25-9 Olympian Asjha Jones (Achilles) returned Wednesday after missing past 13 games.
3. (2) Indiana 22-12 Lin Dunn hopeful Douglas (sick), January and Zellous (concussions) return.
4. (5) Atlanta 19-15 Went 6-2 in September to start solid roll into third consecutive postseason appearance.
5. (4) Los Angeles 24-10 Game 1 of first-round playoff series vs. San Antonio moved to USC’s Galen Center.
6. (8) Seattle 16-18 Little is Storm’s most improved. Career-best 11.3 pts, 33.3 percent three-point shooting.
7. (6) San Antonio 21-13 Red Hot Chili Peppers concert bumped Game 2 of playoffs to Freeman Coliseum.
8. (7) New York 15-19 Gonzaga’s Katelan Redmon signed deal to play in Italy beginning in October.
9. (9) Chicago 14-20 Former Storm star Swin Cash cried when Sky lost chance to advance to postseason.
10. (10) Tulsa 9-25 Won three of its final five games for team’s best record since relocating from Detroit.
11. (11) Phoenix 7-27 Finished with charter-team’s all-time worst record, surpassing 8-26 set in 2003.
12. (12) Washington 5-29 Fired second-year coach Trudi Lacey on Monday — team’s 12th overall coach.
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