One more day of WNBA regular season

The Lynx are kicking butt:

In beating the Dream today, 95-87, the Lynx reached a franchise record 28 wins. They are 28-6.

One writer is already giving the Lynx the title.

Tomorrow’s game schedule….last day of regular season:

The Chicago Sky have clinched the fourth seed, after today’s Atlanta loss. But other seedings are on the line tomorrow. Here are the currentstandings.

Tomorrow we’ll see……

Wings vs. Fever…..and I’ll be one of many in tears if Tamika Catchings’ retirement ceremony after the game is shown in full. I’m praying so hard that it will be on.

Mercury vs. Stars

Sky vs. Storm

And in non-playoff seeding action…..

Sun vs. Mystics

Retiring Tamika Catchings plays her final regular-season game tomorrow:

She is ready for the last game, and for her retirement ceremony.

Tamika Catchings: a reluctant superstar.

She will leave a lasting imprint.

Catchings reflects in preparation for the upcoming game.

Retiring Swih Cash:

Swin Cash’s humble journey nears its end.

WNBA team news:

The Dallas Wings’ first season didn’t go as planned, but roster talent provides hope.

The Mystics wrap up a disappointing season tomorrow.

WNBA player news:

The Mercury’s Kelsey Bone will take her Anthem protest into the playoffs.

Q&A with Lynx guard Anna Cruz.

WNBA coach news:

The WNBA is better off because of the contributions of retiring San Antonio coach Dan Hughes. He is “father to the Stars.”

There is still “a culture to develop” in the Sun, coach Curt Miller says.

Pat Summitt:

The Tennessee band paid tribute to the legendary coach today.

High school news:

An Iowa team has come under fire for a racially-insensitive poster.

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