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WNBA Commissioner's Cup Standings 2021

WNBA Commissioner’s Cup Standings

Welcome to the 2021 WNBA Commissioner’s Cup Standings!

The WNBA is debuting a new in-season competition in 2021 called the Commissioner’s Cup. If you haven’t heard of it or don’t fully understand how it works, we created a simple guide to help you learn what it is.

The modern WNBA doesn’t use a conference alignment to determine playoff seeding or matchups, but it used to. The Commissioner’s Cup reverts back to that geographical separation, splitting the 12-team league into two conferences of six to compete for a spot in the competition’s championship. Ten of each team’s regular season games in the first half of the season will be against their conference foes – one home, one away – and those games will double as Commissioner’s Cup contests.

The team with the best winning percentage from each conference at the end of those 10 games will play in Phoenix on Aug. 12 to determine which squad will come away with the Commissioner’s Cup trophy and $500,000 prize.

Each team has officially concluded its 10 Commissioner’s Cup games, which means we know who will match up on Aug. 12 for the first-ever WNBA Commissioner’s Cup championship game: the Connecticut Sun and Seattle Storm.

Last updated July 12, 2021, at 9 a.m. EST.

WNBA Commissioner’s Cup Standings

Eastern Conference Commissioner’s Cup Standings

1. Connecticut Sun (9-1)

Wins: @Atlanta Dream (78-67, May 14), Indiana Fever (88-67, May 19), Washington Mystics (86-81, May 28), New York Liberty (85-64, June 5), Chicago Sky (74-58, June 27), @Washington Mystics (90-71, June 29), @Indiana Fever (86-80, July 1), Atlanta Dream (84-72, July 9), @New York Liberty (71-54, July 11)

Losses: @Chicago Sky (81-75, June 17)

2. Chicago Sky (6-4)

Wins: @Washington Mystics (70-56, May 15), @Atlanta Dream (85-77, May 19), Indiana Fever (92-76, June 9), @Indiana Fever (83-79, June 12), Connecticut Sun (81-75, June 17), @New York Liberty (92-72, June 22)

Losses: New York Liberty (93-85, May 23), Atlanta Dream (90-83, May 25), @Connecticut Sun (74-58, June 27), Washington Mystics (89-85, July 10)

3. New York Liberty (5-5)

Wins: Indiana Fever (90-87, May 14), @Indiana Fever (73-65, May 16), @Chicago Sky (93-85, May 23), @Atlanta Dream (101-78, June 26), Washington Mystics (82-79, July 3)

Losses: @Washington Mystics (101-72, May 21), Atlanta Dream (90-87, May 29), @Connecticut Sun (85-64, June 5), Chicago Sky (92-72, June 22), @Atlanta Dream (73-69, June 29), Connecticut Sun (71-54, July 11)

4. Atlanta Dream (4-6)

Wins: @Indiana Fever (83-79, May 21), @Chicago Sky (90-83, May 25), @New York Liberty (90-87, May 29), Washington Mystics (101-78, June 13)

Losses: Connecticut Sun (78-67, May 14), Chicago Sky (85-77, May 19), @Washington Mystics (96-93, June 17), New York Liberty (101-78, June 26), @Connecticut Sun (84-72, July 9), Indiana Fever (79, 68, July 11)

5. Washington Mystics (4-6)

Wins: New York Liberty (101-72, May 21), Atlanta Dream (96-93, June 17), Indiana Fever (82-77, June 19), @Chicago Sky (89-85, July 10)

Losses: Chicago Sky (70-56, May 15), @Indiana Fever (89-77, May 23), @Connecticut Sun (86-81, May 28), @Atlanta Dream (101-78, June 13), Connecticut Sun (90-71, June 29), @New York Liberty (82-79, July 3)

6. Indiana Fever (2-8)

Wins: Washington Mystics (89-77, May 23), @Atlanta Dream (79-68, July 11)

Losses: @New York Liberty (90-87, May 14), New York Liberty (73-65, May 16), @Connecticut Sun (88-67, May 19), Atlanta Dream (83-79, May 21), @Chicago Sky (92-76, June 9), Chicago Sky (83-79, June 12), @Washington Mystics (82-77, June 19), Connecticut Sun (86-80, July 1)

Western Conference Commissioner’s Cup Standings

1. Seattle Storm (8-2)

Wins: Las Vegas Aces (97-83, May 15), @Minnesota Lynx (90-78, May 20), @Dallas Wings (100-97, May 22), Minnesota Lynx (82-72, May 28), Dallas Wings (105-102, June 4), @Los Angeles Sparks (84-74, July 4), Los Angeles Sparks (71-62, July 7), Phoenix Mercury (82-75, July 11)

Losses: @Las Vegas Aces (95-92, June 27), @Phoenix Mercury (85-77, July 9)

2. Minnesota Lynx (7-3)

Wins: Los Angeles Sparks (80-64, June 12), @Dallas Wings (85-73, June 17), Las Vegas Aces (90-89, June 25), @Phoenix Mercury (82-76, June 30), Dallas Wings (85-79, July 7), @Las Vegas Aces (77-67, July 9), @Los Angeles Sparks (86-61, July 11)

Losses: Phoenix Mercury (77-75, May 14), Seattle Storm (90-78, May 20), @Seattle Storm (82-72, May 28)

3. Las Vegas Aces (6-4)

Wins: Los Angeles Sparks (97-69, May 21), @Phoenix Mercury (85-79, May 26), Dallas Wings (85-78, June 13), Seattle Storm (95-92, June 27), @Los Angeles Sparks (99-75, June 30), @Dallas Wings (95-79, July 11)

Losses: @Seattle Storm (97-83, May 15), @Minnesota Lynx (90-89, June 25), Phoenix Mercury (99-90, July 7), Minnesota Lynx (77-67, July 9)

4. Phoenix Mercury (5-5)

Wins: @Minnesota Lynx (77-75, May 14), @Dallas Wings (89-85, May 29), Los Angeles Sparks (88-79, June 27), @Las Vegas Aces (99-90, July 7), Seattle Storm (85-77, July 9)

Losses: Las Vegas Aces (85-79, May 26), Dallas Wings (85-81, June 8), @Los Angeles Sparks (85-80, June 16), Minnesota Lynx (82-76, June 30), @Seattle Storm (82-75, July 11)

5. Dallas Wings (3-7)

Wins: @Los Angeles Sparks (94-71, May 14), Los Angeles Sparks (79-69, June 1), @Phoenix Mercury (85-81, June 8)

Losses: Seattle Storm (100-97, May 22), Phoenix Mercury (89-85, May 29), @Seattle Storm (105-102, June 4), @Las Vegas Aces (85-78, June 13), Minnesota Lynx (85-73, June 17), @Minnesota Lynx (85-79, July 7), Las Vegas Aces (95-79, July 11)

6. Los Angeles Sparks (1-9)

Wins: Phoenix Mercury (85-80, June 16)

Losses: Dallas Wings (94-71, May 14), @Las Vegas Aces (97-69, May 21), @Dallas Wings (79-69, June 1), @Minnesota Lynx (80-64, June 12), @Phoenix Mercury (88-79, June 27), Las Vegas Aces (99-75, June 30), Seattle Storm (84-74, July 4), @Seattle Storm (71-62, July 7), Minnesota Lynx (86-61, July 11)

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