Lynx forward Maya Moore was named to the All-WNBA first team Thursday for the third consecutive season. Moore received first-team votes on 37 of 39 ballots, finishing with 188 total points to trail only Chicago's Elena Delle Donne, a unanimous first-team pick by a national media panel, by seven.

Moore, a four-time league All-Star, was runner-up to Delle Donne in both MVP voting and the league scoring race. Moore, who averaged 20.6 points in the regular season, also ranked second in the league in three-point field goals (2.1) per game, sixth in steals (1.64), tied for eighth in assists (3.5) and ninth in rebounding (6.7).

Joining Delle Donne and Moore on the first team were center Tina Charles of the New York and guards DeWanna Bonner of Phoenix and Angel McCoughtry of Atlanta. Charles was named to the first team for a sixth consecutive year.

Phoenix center Brittney Griner was named to the second team, along with forwards Candace Parker of Los Angeles and Tamika Catchings of Indiana, and guards Epiphanny Prince of New York and Courtney Vandersloot of Chicago.