Off-the-court news

Tonight’s results:

The Sun topped the Shock, 80-74, to keep their playoff hopes alive. Tulsa, on the other hand, has lost ten straight.

The Mercury took care of the Storm, 83-66.

Lynx:

Lindsay Whalen became only the third player to notch 2,000 career assists in last night’s game against the Stars, joining Sue Bird and Ticha Penicheiro.

Fever:

Tamika Catchings wants to bring her non-profit work to Chicago.

Liberty:

One-on-one with Tina Charles.

Three factors in the Liberty’s return to prominence.

Sky:

Elena Delle Donne’s letter to her sister Lizzie.

WNBA draft lottery:

How the new lottery will work.

Basketball’s gender wage gap:

…..is huge.

College news:

Morgan Valley is Washington’s new assistant coach.

Kelsey Florian is a new assistant coach at Cornell.

Cleveland State has extended the contract of coach Kate Peterson Abiad through 2020-2021.

International news:

Lauren Jackson is going to try for next year’s Rio Olympic team, for Australia.

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