The dust settles on the WNBA’s final regular season day

Sophia Young’s three-pointer with .9 seconds left lifted the Silver Stars over Phoenix, 83-82.

Monique Currie and Crystal Langhorne lead the Mystics over the Dream.

The Lynx won a wild one, beating the Fever 83-79 in overtime. Seimone Augustus lead with 25 points.

The Liberty also needed an OT to beat the Sun, 88-87. Cappie Pondexter put up 31 points.

Here’s the complete semifinals schedule, which will see Los Angeles take on Seattle, San Antonio vs. Phoenix, Atlanta vs. Washington and New York vs. Indiana. Good times!

Extra: Sparks co-owner has a thoughtful (as usual) reflection on last night’s game.

So Wednesday it’s game on!!


  1. Game schedules by time zone should be posted by the WNBA (and ESPN), so that fans can print them and in text large enough to read easily. (Same goes for the NCAA tournament.)

    As usual, I'll take the official schedule to work and blow it up on the copier, once I hand-post Pacific Daylight Time game times.

    By the way, I'm 65 today and wish the powers that be would give a thought to fans with older eyes!

  2. Way to go, Scamp!!! the best is yet to come. congrats on making it (almost) to full social security benefit time. (i belive you and i are on the same age 66 schedule.):)


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