What are the 6 teams in the WNBA are in the eastern?
Atlanta Dream- Atlanta, Georgia
Chicago Sky- Rosemont, Illinois
Connecticut Sun- Uncasville, Connecticut
Indiana Fever- Indianapolis, Indiana
New York Liberty- New York City, New York
Washington Mystics- Washington D.C.
Professional sports teams in the state of Washington: Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Storm (WNBA) Professional sports teams in Washington DC: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Capitals (NHL) Washington Wizards (NBA) Washington Mystics (WNBA) D.C. United (MLS)
There are currently 10 WNBA teams coming into the 2010 season. The economic troubles have caused many former teams to fold or relocate, significantly decreasing the number of WNBA teams. They include: Atlanta Dream Chicago Sky Connecticut Sun* Indiana Fever Los Angeles Sparks Minnesota Lynx New York Liberty Phoenix Mercury San Antonio Silver Stars* Seattle Storm Tulsa Shock* Washington Mystics *These teams relocated from previous cities. The Connecticut Sun used to be the Orlando Miracle…
Right now the NHL is structured into two conferences: an Eastern Conference and a Western Conference. Each of these Conferences has three divisions with five teams each Eastern Conference: (15 teams) Atlantic Division (5 teams) Northeast Division (5 teams) Southeast Division (5 teams) Western Conference: (15 Teams) Central Division (5 teams) Northwest Division (5 teams) Pacific Division (5 teams) A Total of 30 teams.
8 teams from each conference. The top teams from each division (makes up 6 teams) plus the next 5 best records of the according conference, so even if the 8th best team in the eastern conference has a better record then the 9th best team in the western conference the latter will not advance. In total there are 16 teams that advance.