Mercury to Host Viewing Party for Winner-Take-All Game 5 Matchup at Streets of New York on Tuesday

Following their victory over the top-seeded Seattle Storm today in Game 4 of the WNBA Semifinals, the three-time WNBA Champion Phoenix Mercury will take on the Storm in a decisive Game 5 at KeyArena at the Seattle Center on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. Phoenix time (10 p.m. EST). The team will host an official viewing party for fans at Streets of New York, located on Tatum and Greenway (4757 E. Greenway Rd.), to cheer on the Mercury as they aim to clinch a spot in the 2018 WNBA Finals.

While enjoying the matchup, fans will have the opportunity to win exclusive Mercury prizes, including autographed team memorabilia. Guests can also take advantage of special food and drink offers during the game, including six free chicken wings with the purchase of a 18-inch pizza and buy one $2 Coors Light pint and get the second one for a penny.

Phoenix came away with today’s win behind 29 points and 12 rebounds from Brittney Grinerand 27 points from DeWanna Bonner in order to even the series and force Tuesday’s winner-take-all Game 5. Including this season’s playoffs, Mercury guard Diana Taurasi owns a perfect 13-0 career record in winner-take-all games.

Phoenix vs. Seattle, 2018 WNBA Semifinals Schedule (All times Phoenix Time)

Date                            Location                         Time           Broadcast

Game 1:          Sunday, August 26                 Phoenix at Seattle           L, 87-91

Game 2:          Tuesday, August 28               Phoenix at Seattle           L, 87-91

Game 3:          Friday, August 31                   Seattle at Phoenix           W, 86-66

Game 4:          Sunday, September 2             Seattle at Phoenix           W, 86-84

Game 5:          Tuesday, September 4            Phoenix at Seattle           7 p.m.          ESPNews#

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After clinching its franchise-record sixth consecutive playoff appearance, the three-time WNBA Champion Phoenix Mercury will aim for a league-record tying fourth WNBA Championship this postseason.