No games pause for the news cause

Tomorrow’s game schedule and previews:

The Fever and Aces enter their match up with one combined win.

The Mercury seek their sixth straight win in Dallas.

The Sky will play the Storm after falling on hard times.

Seattle hopes to bounce back from a poor offensive showing Sunday.

The Sparks host the Dream in a potential defensive battle.

WNBA team news:

The Wings have seen an increase in attendance so far this season.

The Indiana Fever are still looking for their first win.

CBS Sports has power rankings for the week, and the Sun, Mercury and Sparks round out the top three.

WNBA player news:

Q&A with Sue Bird on a variety of topics.

Interview with Maya Moore.

Moore is the Jordan Jumpwoman.

Q&A with Elena Delle Donne.

Rookie report: Kelsey Mitchell is an offensive machine.

Q&A with Phoenix rookie Marie Gulich.

Kia Nurse is living out her dream with New York.

Tiffany Hayes and Brittney Griner are the Eastern and Western Conference players of the week.

WNBA president news:

Q&A with Lisa Borders.

NCAA news:

The NCAA has removed the weekly day off policy for Division I student-athletes.

The NCAA Division I Council will take up the transfer issue tomorrow.

DI transfer legislation is up for review this week.

College player news:

Jordan Hosey is leaving Texas basketball.

College coach news:

Elena Lovato rejoins Mississippi State as an assistant coach.

East Carolina has three new assistant coaches.

USA Basketball and other international news:

The 3X3 team took down defending champs Russia and is 4-0 in the preliminary round.

The U.S., led by Sabrina Ionescu, is aiming for the title.

The Iranian team’s hijabs made 3X3 history.

The Iranian team is fighting to keep their team alive.

Bonus:

How Title IX gave rise to the dad fan.