|History|| Miami Sol|
|Arena||American Airlines Arena|
|Team Colors||Fiery Red, Yellow, Black, White|
The Miami Sol is a women's basketball team in Miami, Florida. They play all home games at AmericanAirlines Arena. Their name, "Sol", is the spanish word for Sun. They are also the sister team of the Miami Heat. They play with the WNBA.
The Sol shined into Earth as an expansion team in 2000. In their debut, the team struggled, but bounced back and made the playoffs with a 17-15 record, clinching the 2nd seed. In their playoff debut, the Miami Sol became the first expansion team in WNBA history to reach the playoffs in their first year and sweep their first team, which was the Cleveland Rockers. In the conference finals, the Sol burned the Orlando Miracle in a sweep, reaching the WNBA Finals for the first time in WNBA history. However, they lost in the 2000 WNBA Finals to the Houston Comets in 3 games, marking their first WNBA Finals loss in franchise history
Playoffs series record = 2-1
Playoffs Appearences = 1 (2000)
Conference Titles = 1 (2000)
Championships = 0
Season By Season
2000 || 17 || 15 || .531 ||
Won First Round || Miami 2, Cleveland 1
Won Conference Finals || Miami 2, Orlando 0
Lost WNBA Finals || Houston 2, Miami 1
|2001 || 0 || 0 || .000 || ||
Bold indicates WNBA Finals victory.