Margins

2013 WNBA Season

Through August 25

10+ Point Deficits Overcome to Win:
25 (18-43, 1:58/2nd) — @ Chicago 89, Connecticut 78 (Aug. 18)
21 (14-35, 6:34/2nd) — @ Washington 82, Chicago 78 (July 24)
19 (41-60, 9:16/4th) — @ Los Angeles 90, Tulsa 88 2OT (Aug. 25)
17 (15-32, 9:39/2nd) — @ Chicago 87, New York 74 (June 26)
16 (40-56, 4:01/3rd) — Chicago 79, @ Seattle 66 (Aug. 15)
16 (36-52, 1:40/3rd) — @ Connecticut 70, Indiana 64 (Aug. 1)
16 (33-49, 7:04/3rd) — New York 77, @ Indiana 72 (July 23)
16 (8-24, 9:44/2nd) — @ New York 75, Indiana 68 (June 5)
15 (10-25, 7:47/2nd) — Seattle 69, @ Chicago 60 (July 2)
14 (65-79, 8:15/4th) — @ New York 93, Washington 88 (Aug. 6)
13 (18-31, 6:30/2nd) — @ Seattle 88, Phoenix 79 (Aug. 1)
12 (53-65, 2:38/3rd) — @ Chicago 94, Minnesota 86 OT (Aug. 11)
12 (33-45, 8:32/3rd) — Los Angeles 65, @ Seattle 64 (July 20)
12 (19-31, 0:35/1st) — Phoenix 101, @ Washington 97 (June 27)
11 (19-30, 9:20/2nd) — Chicago 79, @ Washington 73 (Aug. 20)
11 (36-47, 5:40/3rd) — @ New York 78, Connecticut 68 (June 14)
11 (9-20, 3:02/1st) — @ Seattle 75, Phoenix 72 (June 2)
11 (6-17, 2:04/1st) — Indiana 79, @ San Antonio 64 (May 24)
10 (2-12, 7:45/1st) — @ Atlanta 76, Washington 58 (Aug. 18)
10 (38-48, 4:34/3rd) — @ San Antonio 69, Tulsa 65 (Aug. 4)
10 (7-17, 3:55/1st) — @ Phoenix 82, Atlanta 76 (Aug. 3)
10 (34-44, 0:03/2nd) — Minnesota 82, @ Phoenix 77 (July 21)
10 (12-22, 1:57/1st) — Phoenix 90, @ Los Angeles 84 (July 18)
10 (6-16, 3:30/1st) — @ Seattle 73, Atlanta 65 (July 14)
10 (0-10, 7:22/1st) — @ Atlanta 86, Washington 75 (June 28)
10 (35-45, 3:42/3rd) — Washington 66, @ Connecticut 62 (June 7)

20+ Point Victories:
36 — @ Los Angeles 84, San Antonio 48 (June 15)
33 — @ Los Angeles 102, Seattle 69 (May 26)
32 — @ Minnesota 91, Phoenix 59 (July 7)
31 — @ Minnesota 88, New York 57 (Aug. 18)
31 — @ Atlanta 88, Connecticut 57 (Aug. 16)
30 — @ Los Angeles 96, Minnesota 66 (July 2)
29 — Chicago 93, @ New York 64 (July 7)
28 — @ Los Angeles 87, Minnesota 59 (June 21)
27 — @ Tulsa 90, Atlanta 63 (July 21)
27 — Tulsa 86, @ Seattle 59 (July 17)
27 — @ Los Angeles 93, San Antonio 66 (July 6)
26 — @ Atlanta 93, San Antonio 67 (June 30)
24 — @ Minnesota 88, Los Angeles 64 (June 28)
23 — @ Washington 84, Tulsa 61 (June 30)
22 — @ Los Angeles 94, Indiana 72 (Aug. 16)
22 — Connecticut 88, @ New York 66 (Aug. 3)
22 — @ Minnesota 85, San Antonio 63 (Aug. 2)
22 — @ Washington 86, San Antonio 64 (July 16)
22 — @ Minnesota 94, Atlanta 72 (July 9)
22 — @ Tulsa 92, Seattle 70 (June 22)
22 — Chicago 102, @ Phoenix 80 (May 27)
21 — @ Phoenix 77, Tulsa 56 (Aug. 11)
21 — San Antonio 77, @ Seattle 56 (Aug. 9)
21 — @ Indiana 79, Chicago 58 (Aug. 3)
21 — Indiana 74, @ New York 53 (July 13)
21 — @ Chicago 92, Tulsa 71 (June 2)
20 — @ Seattle 77, Los Angeles 57 (Aug. 20)
20 — Chicago 75, @ New York 55 (July 18)
20 — @ Minnesota 99, Phoenix 79 (June 6)

One-Point Victories:
Los Angeles 65, @ Seattle 64 (July 20)
Atlanta 78, @ Connecticut 77 (June 23)
San Antonio 78, @ New York 77 OT (June 23)

Game-Winning Buzzer-Beaters:
Tan White (:00.6) — @ Connecticut 88, Atlanta 86 (Aug. 14)
Cappie Pondexter (:00.5) — @ New York 78, Tulsa 76 OT (May 31)

Records in Two-Possession Games
(Decided by 6 Points or Fewer):

5-1 (.833) — New York
5-2 (.714) — Los Angeles
7-3 (.700) — Phoenix
7-4 (.636) — Washington
3-3 (.500) — Chicago
5-6 (.455) — San Antonio
3-4 (.429) — Connecticut
3-4 (.429) — Seattle
3-7 (.300) — Tulsa
1-3 (.250) — Indiana
1-3 (.250) — Minnesota
1-4 (.200) — Atlanta

Records in Double-Figure Games
(Decided by 10 Points or More):

15-3 (.833) — Chicago
15-3 (.833) — Minnesota
12-4 (.750) — Los Angeles
10-5 (.667) — Atlanta
9-7 (.563) — Indiana
5-7 (.417) — Phoenix
4-6 (.400) — Seattle
5-8 (.385) — Washington
4-12 (.250) — Connecticut
3-9 (.250) — Tulsa
3-11 (.214) — San Antonio
2-12 (.143) — New York

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