Major performances and changing standings

Today’s results:

The Dream got past the Liberty, 84-76. Angel McCoughtry lead the way for Atlanta with 32 points.

The Sky routed the Sun, 96-76. Cappie Pondexter was Chicago’s high-scorer, with 29 points.

The Mercury beat the Storm, 70-60, behind Brittney Griner’s 26 points.

The Lynx dominated the Stars, 66-49.

So now the standings look like this:

Eastern Conference

Eastern W L PCT GB HOME ROAD PF PA STREAK L 10

Connecticut 7 4 .636 – 3-3 4-1 77.4 74.3 Lost 3 7-3
Chicago 8 5 .615 – 4-1 4-4 85.9 81.1 Won 3 7-3
New York 7 5 .583 ½ 4-2 3-3 73.2 73.0 Lost 1 6-4
Washington 6 5 .545 1 3-3 3-2 73.5 71.7 Lost 2 5-5
Indiana 7 6 .538 1 4-4 3-2 79.0 78.3 Won 4 7-3
Atlanta 6 7 .462 2 5-4 1-3 73.8 76.8 Won 1 5-5

Western Conference

Western W L PCT GB HOME ROAD PF PA STREAK L 10

Minnesota 9 3 .750 – 5-1 4-2 76.5 68.1 Won 1 7-3
Tulsa 10 4 .714 – 6-0 4-4 80.5 75.4 Won 2 7-3
Phoenix 8 5 .615 1 ½ 5-1 3-4 77.4 73.4 Won 5 7-3
San Antonio 3 10 .231 6 ½ 3-3 0-7 70.2 77.2 Lost 2 3-7
Los Angeles 2 10 .167 7 2-4 0-6 72.2 79.5 Lost 3 2-8
Seattle 3 12 .200 7 ½ 2-4 1-8 68.2 77.1 Lost 5 1-9

No games tsomorrow…….

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