Midsummer night’s update

Tonight’s result:

The Stars got past the Storm, 88-81. Jia Perkins lead San Antonio with 32 points….she’s been ballin’ out lately.

Mercury:

DeWanna Bonner set a new WNBA record last night for single-season consecutive free throws, as she put up her 59th.

Lynx:

Coach Cheryl Reeve remains positive despite her team’s two consecutive losses.

Fever:

Tamika Catchings talks about who she looked up to in her early playing days.

Sun:

Coach Anne Donovan and the Sun are clawing for a playoff spot.

Fun stuff:

Would you rather complete in a marathon or a triathlon?

Tomorrow’s game slate is hot:

Arguably the biggest match up is Sparks at Lynx. Will the Lynx lose three in a row? Will the Sparks be able to keep up their winning streak?

Other games on tap include Mercury at Sky, Sun at Mystics and Dream at Shock.

Progression:

With Becky Hammon and Nancy Lieberman coaching men, it’s time to make room at the table.

College news:

Marist players react to a rocky offseason.

NC State plans to build a “boutique” dorm for its basketball players.

Pitt is on the right track in extending coach Suzie McConnell-Serio’s contract.

Penn has extended the contract of coach Mike McLaughlin through 2020-2021.

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