WNBA MVP Rankings
Maya Moore has been on fire to start the 2014 season.
If you haven’t caught a WNBA game this season, you’re missing out. The “Three to See” have all made great strides in their games, and for the first time, all three are in the top 10 in the WNBA MVP Rankings. Maya Moore and Lindsay Whalen picked up right where they left off, as the defending champs are 7-0 to start the year. It’s too early to lock in the sure fire MVP, but the picture for the game’s most prestigious award is already coming into focus.
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1. Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx
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Moore’s biggest problem the past two seasons was her slow starts to the year, which have cost her in the MVP race. This season, the feisty wing has set the tone early for the Lynx. She's been virtually unstoppable on the offensive end, averaging a league-best 27.6 per, and getting it done on the other end with 2.4 steals per. Last week in Tulsa, Moore shot the lights out—dropping 38 against the Shock. The former UConn Huskie kept the ball rolling upon her return to Minnesota giving the Liberty 30 points on 5-8 shooting from downtown.