The Storm are really missing center Lauren Jackson. The Lynx are ridiculously good, too. Final today: Minnesota 84, Seattle 71.
In today’s other game, the Fever defeated the Dream 78-62, behind Tamika Catchings’ 25 points and 12 rebounds. Last season’s MVP is both physically and mentally strong, as usual:
ATLANTA (AP) Tamika Catchings is hardly slowing down in her 11th WNBA season.
If she keeps playing at an elite level, Catchings might win a second straight league MVP award, but she insists her goals are much higher.
“I want to win a championship,” she said. “For me, every single game, every single practice is about trying to help this team get better and get closer to our final goal.”……
Catchings’ double-double was her 73rd, fifth-most on the WNBA’s career list, and helped Indiana (3-0) win its second straight over the Dream after losing the Eastern Conference finals to Atlanta last year.
Catching up with new Ole Miss Coach Adrian Wiggins.
The stars of last weekend’s West Coast Premier Spring Invitational are profiled.