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The Mercury (16-8) started the year with four consecutive losses, and that set the tone. Phoenix seemed back on track a few times this season, but surges were followed by more losses.Indiana won the teams first two meetings this season: 97-93 on May 18 in Indianapolis, and 78-60 in Phoenix on July 8. Then the Mercury took the third, 79-65 on Aug. 30 in Indy.That last victory was the end of the Mercurys three-win surge to start the post-Olympics part of the season. Yet it was followed by three consecutive losses, all on the road to East teams. So you get the picture: We really have no idea what Phoenix team well see Wednesday.Diana Taurasi leads Phoenix in scoring at 17.8 PPG, but she has shot a career-low 39.6 percent from the field. Taurasi, DeWanna Bonner (14.5 PPG), Brittney Griner (14.5), Taylor (12.5) and Candice Dupree (11.3) are the same group that won a WNBA championship in 2014.But the Mercury played far better defensively that year, holding opponents to 74.1 PPG. 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That was Game 3 of the 2010 WNBA Finals, which the Storm won 87-84 as they completed a sweep of very close games.Angel McCoughtry, who had 35 points in that game, and Sancho Lyttle are the Atlanta players from 2010 who are still with the Dream; Sue Bird and Abby Bishop are still with the Storm.When that series was going on in September 2010, Seattles Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd were still in high school. On Wednesday, they could be very big factors for Seattle.So could the fact that Atlantas second-leading scorer, Tiffany Hayes (15.0 PPG), wont play. She is suspended for the game after picking up her seventh technical foul of the season in the Dreams loss at Minnesota on Saturday.That was a critical mistake for Hayes, who otherwise has had a very good season. Its also not certain that Lyttle, who has been dealing with a foot injury that kept her out of the Olympics, will be able to play. She was hurt July 15, and returned for two games on Sept. 4 and 6. 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