Dream remain undefeated, Sky lose their first, and Shock finally win one

The Dream soared past the Liberty, 75-56, to remain unbeaten at 4-0.

The Silver Stars took down an Epiphanny Prince-less Sky, 81-69. It was Chicago’s first season loss.

The Mystics made it memorable for coach Mike Thibaults return to Connecticut, beating their hosts, 66-62.

The Shock grabbed their first W by upending the Storm at home, of all things, 67-58.

Other WNBA news:

Mystics….Ivory Latta is Washington’s spark plug.

Sparks….close up with rookie Farhiya Abdi.

Mercury….Alexis Hornbuckle blogs: we have some things to fix.

Lynx….rookie Sugar Rodgers is making her way in the pros.

All of you longtime WNBA fans, like myself, will love Minnesota’s Flashback Friday.

Shock….the injury bug has bitten Tulsa again.

Skylar Diggins is adjusting to her summer job.

Tomorrow’s games:

Mercury at Fever.

Lynx at Mystics.

Shock at Sparks.

The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame 2013 class:

This year’s inductees include Sue Wicks, Annette Smith-Knight, Jennifer Rizzotti, Peggie Gillom-Granderson, Jim Foster and Gary Blair.

Wicks reflects on a satisfying career.

Signature moment epitomized Jennifer Rizzotti’s play.

Gillom-Granderson was surprised to be inducted.

History of Smith-Knight.

Foster is ready for his induction.

Blair is the first inductee from TAMU.

1 COMMENT

  1. Congrats to Thiebault, Foster and Diggins.

    Average attendance at the four W games last night was 6,361. Need to bump it up.

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