Last night’s WNBA results, and more

The Sun barely pulled off a victory last night in overtime, squeaking by the Shock 82-80.

The Silver Stars struggled to take their 12th straight, beating the Mystics 75-72.

Liberty 77, Sky 67.

Lynx 86, Storm 73. But, Lauren Jackson is finally back in Seattle and ready to play next game.

Other WNBA news:

The Sun’s Kara Lawson, who hit the game-winning shot last night, is in it for the long haul.

Despite their losses, the Sky continue to think positively.

Mystics guard Shannon Bobbitt continues to defy the odds.

USA Basketball:

Our U17 team cruised into the quarterfinals today with a 98-28 rout of Mali that is the largest victory margin in tournament history so far.

Olympics:

Assistant Olympic coach, aka DePaul Coach Doug Bruno, reflects on the London Games.

1 COMMENT

  1. "Bruno and Team USA didn’t return to their London accomodations at the Westbury Hotel until 3 a.m. following the opening ceremony."

    I'm always surprised that our women's hoops team doesn't stay in the Olympic Village. What a missed opportunity to meet athletes from around the world.

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