From Diana Taurasi at No. 3 to Sabrina Ionescu at No. 20 and to Val Whiting at No. 52, we rank the best all-time women's players by jersey number.
- 11/25W 111-54
- 12/6W 85-79
- 12/10W 93-88
- 12/20L 61-56
- 1/4W 86-59
- 1/5W 68-61
- 1/9W 79-55
- 1/10W 77-64
- 1/16W 76-55
- 1/17W 65-46
- 1/23W 73-66
- 1/24W 79-67
- 1/30W 74-55
- 1/31L 83-61
- 2/6W 59-47
- 2/7W 65-59
- 2/12W 68-60
- 2/14W 66-55
- 2/20W 94-88
- 2/21L 65-62
- 2/27W 80-54
- 2/28W 86-55
- 3/11W 70-52
- 3/12W 60-39
- 3/13L 63-52
- 3/19W 77-49
- 3/20W 87-74
- 3/22W 77-70
- 3/26L 85-75
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