The picture is clear now

Last night’s results:

The Mystics edged the Sun, 71-67, and officially clinched a playoff spot. The fact that they did so where Washington coach Mike Thibault used to coach is ironic.

The Lynx lost their third straight game, falling to the Stars, 92-76. They were without the injured Seimone Augustus. In winning, San Antonio grabbed the last West playoff spot, eliminating the Storm.

The Dream pulled away from the Shock in the second half to down them, 92-76.

Crazy that two games on the same night had identical scores, isn’t it?

The Sparks beat the Storm, 77-65, on 61 percent shooting.

Four more games on tap today:

Sky at Fever (Indiana is playing for second seed)
Liberty at Mystics
Shock at Lynx
Sparks at Mercury

If today’s games are like they have been the last week, you might want to buckle up.

Becky Hammon retirement ceremony:

The Stars honored the outgoing veteran in grand style last night, following their defeat of Minnesota.

More WNBA news……

Mercury:

That loss the other night? Phoenix is more concerned about titles than records.

Dream:

have signed forward Sancho Lyttle to a multi-year contract extension.

Sky:

….relish playoff spot after season of obstacles.

Mystics:

Mystics Magazine episode three gives us an all-access look at Tayler Hill and new baby.

College news:

At Indiana State, Joey Wells has been promoted to head coach.

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