Diana Taurasi to miss remainder of regular season season with quad strain | SportsCenter

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SportsCenter reports all-star guard Diana Taurasi will miss the rest of regular season season with a quad strain, but, is expected to be ready for the playoffs should the Phoenix Mercury clinch a remaining spot.

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