A bit of parity in the WNBA

Tonight’s results:

The Sun took down the Storm, 71-59, behind rookie Chiney Ogwumike’s 18 points.

The Mystics upended the Fever, 79-63. Rookie Bria Hartley lead Washington with 15 points.

The Lynx survived the Shock, 94-93, as Maya Moore lead the way with 38 points.

The Stars got past the Mercury, 78-74. Danielle Robinson had 14 points for San Antonio.

More WNBA news…..

Dream:

Rookie Shoni Schimmel brings her own fan base to Atlanta.

Rookie spotlight: Nadia Colhado.

Shock:

Tulsa may shock a few people this season.

Riquna Williams worked her way to WNBA stardom.

Sun:

Kelly Faris is adjusting to a new role for the Sun – waiting.

Chiney Ogwumike proves Nerd Nation is the real deal.

Sue Bird talks Anne Donovan, aging and the big picture.

Chelsea Gray blogs.

Lynx:

A hectic weekend will test the Lynx’s “nasty nine.”

It’s business as usual for Seimone Augustus.

Damiris Dantas is Minnesota’s next big thing.

Lynx unleashed podcast.

Q&A with Asia Taylor.

Mystics:

Crystal Langhorne is set for a homecoming when the Mystics host the Storm.

A minute with Tierra Ruffin-Pratt.

Liberty:

Essence Carson is the comeback kid.

Mercury:

Shay Murphy and the “buy lunch Thursday” movement.

College news:

UCLA is planning for a new basketball practice facility.

Chester Nichols returns to West Virginia as an assistant coach.

UCF has brought three new assistant coaches on board.

Chris Boettcher is Southern Utah’s new head coach.

USA Basketball:

Ariel Atkins has been added to the U18 tryout roster.

The U17 trials are heating up.

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