2009 WNBA Playoffs - Bracket

Bracket

This is the outlook for the 2009 WNBA playoffs. Teams in italics had home court advantage. Teams in bold advanced to the next round. Numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's original playoffs seeding in their respective conferences. Numbers to the right of each team indicate the number of games the team won in that round.

Conference Semi-Finals
Best-of-3
Conference Finals
Best-of-3
WNBA Finals
Best-of-5
E1 Indiana 2
E4 Washington 0
E1 Indiana 2
Eastern Conference
E3 Detroit 1
E2 Atlanta 0
E3 Detroit 2
E1 Indiana 2
W1 Phoenix 3
W1 Phoenix 2
W4 San Antonio 1
W1 Phoenix 2
Western Conference
W3 Los Angeles 1
W2 Seattle 1
W3 Los Angeles 2

Read more about this topic:  2009 WNBA Playoffs

Other articles related to "brackets, bracket":

1991 College World Series
... teams were split into two double elimination brackets of 4 teams each (the 1,8,4, and 5 seeds in one bracket, with the 2,3,6, and 7 seeds in the other), with the winners of each ... Previously, all 8 teams were in one double elimination bracket ... In 2003, the dual bracket format was kept in place, but the final series between the two bracket winners was made a best 2 out of 3 series ...
Frölicher–Nijenhuis Bracket - Applications
... Nijenhuis tensor of an almost complex structure J, is the Frölicher–Nijenhuis bracket of J with itself ... With the Frölicher–Nijenhuis bracket it is possible to define the curvature and cocurvature of a vector-valued 1-form which is a projection ... There is a common generalization of the Schouten–Nijenhuis bracket and the Frölicher–Nijenhuis bracket for details see the article on the Schouten–Nijenhuis bracket ...
Classification of Compulsory Figures
... Circle Eight Serpentine Three Double Three Loop Bracket Rocker Counter One Foot Eight Change Three Change Double Three Change Loop Change Bracket Paragraph Three Paragraph Double ...
Bracket - Usage - Sports
... Tournament brackets, the diagrammatic representation of the series of games played during a tournament usually leading to a single winner, are so named for their resemblance to brackets or braces ...