Diana Taurasi and the Phoenix Mercury didn’t win a fourth WNBA title this season, but she still managed to make history.
The league’s all-time leading scorer was selected to the All-WNBA team for the 13th time in her career, a record for a player voted to first or second-team honors.
She passes Tamika Catchings and Lisa Leslie for the most in history, both had 12 All-WNBA team selections.
Taurasi earned All-WNBA First Team honors for the 10th time, and received the fourth-highest vote total (179) for the league Most Valuable Player Award with Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart (195) claiming the award.
In her 14th season, Taurasi averaged 20.7 points with 5.3 assists per game while shooting 44.6 percent.
Rounding out the First Team are Dallas Wings center Liz Cambage, Washington Mystics forward Elena Delle Donne, and Atlanta Dream guard Tiffany Hayes.