WNBA power rankings Seattle Times reporter Jayda Evans ranks the WNBA teams: Rank (prev.) Team Comment 1. (2) Minnesota (1-0) The real new-age...

WNBA power rankings
Seattle Times reporter Jayda Evans ranks the WNBA teams:
Rank (prev.) Team Comment
1. (2) Minnesota (1-0) The real new-age “Big Three” is Augustus, Moore and Whalen.
2. (7) Chicago (3-0) Delle Donne is legit, averaging 19 points to complement Epiphanny Prince (20.7)
3. (8) Atlanta (3-0) Tiffany Hayes making 13 teams who passed her up in 2012 draft kick themselves.
4. (1) Phoenix (0-2) Not good when reserve has more assists than starting point guard (Prahalis).
5. (10) San Antonio (1-1) Underrated guards Shenise Johnson and Danielle Robinson won’t be for long.
6. (4) Indiana (1-1) Lack of depth glaring in loss to Atlanta, and teams too tough not to have backup.
7. (5) New York (1-1) Upcoming week of games against Indiana and Atlanta will be telling.
8. (3) Los Angeles (1-1) Sparks can’t always bank on three-pointers to win, need more versatility.
9. (6) Connecticut (1-2) Lost key reserve Renee Montgomery to sprained left ankle in loss to Chicago.
10. (9) Tulsa (0-4) Australia center Liz Cambage out, again, this time with sprained ankle.
11. (11) Seattle (1-1) Showed true character in home debut but 33-point loss at L.A. hard to forget.
12. (12) Washington (1-1) Turnovers and missed free throws? Can’t blame the coaching staff for that.