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It took two overtimes, but the Lynx prevailed over the Dream, 112-108. Sounds like an All-Star game, right? It was for Maya Moore, who had a career-high 48 points. That’s right: 48.

The Sky finally won one, edging the Fever, 60-57. Sylvia Fowles lead the way with 21 points, 10 rebounds and four blocks.

The Stars squeaked by the Shock, 95-93.

The Mercury are in the midst of beating the Storm at the moment.

More WNBA news….

Dream:

Q&A with new COO Maureen Brown.

All-Star game MVP Shoni Schimmel’s performance Saturday was highlighted on ESPN SportsCenter.

Liberty:

Swin Cash has embraced New York.

Storm:

It’s time to get tough.

Sky:

Sylvia Fowles threw out the first pitch at the White Sox game last night.

College news:

Olivia Ogwumike – little sister of Nneka and Chiney – has signed with Pepperdine. She will be a freshman this fall.

The contract of Wichita State coach Jody Adams has been extended through 2019.

Shay Robinson is Maryland’s new assistant coach.

UC Santa Barbara has added Matt Schiff as an assistant coach.

Duke’s Rebecca Greenwell says excitement is building for the fall.

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