Scheduling, sponsorship, moving?

Mystics:

Veteran guard Kara Lawson says WNBA scheduling stinks.

Emma Meesseman’s quiet confidence has turned her into an unlikely WNBA star.

Sun:

The Sun will now be sponsored by Frontier Communications.

Shock:

Rumors are still swirling that the Shock could leave Tulsa, but the team isn’t talking.

Season ticket holders have launched a campaign to “save the Shock.”

Q&A with coach Fred Williams.

Storm:

Coach Jenny Boucek ordered her road-weary team to take a rest yesterday.

Youth is being served slowly in Seattle.

Sky:

Rookie Cheyenne Parker blogs about being a newbie.

Liberty:

Rookie Kiah Stokes is learning a lot and having fun.

Tonight’s results are team efforts:

Maya Moore and Seimone Augustus powered the Lynx past the Sun, 85-79, with 26 and 21 points, respectively.

Brittney Griner and Candice Dupree chipped in 22 a piece to lead the Mercury over the Dream, 80-71.

Tomorrow’s games:

Stars at Liberty

Mystics at Sky

Sparks at Storm

Shock at Fever

College news:

North Carolina alumni Sylvia Crawley will return as an assistant coach. She replaces Ivory Latta.

Rod Jensen returns to Washington State as an assistant coach, replacing Brian Holsinger.

Marcus Payne joins Eastern Kentucky as an assistant coach.

Pan American Games:

USA’s Pan American Games Team members had existing bonds going into this month’s competition.

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