After today’s games, a shakeup in the standings

Today’s game results:

The Sparks ran by the Mystics, 97-86, behind 23 points from Candace Parker.

The Wings defeated the Aces, 77-67, led by Liz Cambage’s 28 points.

The Storm held off the Sun, 103-92. Natasha Howard had a career-high 25 points for Seattle and Chiney Ogwumike, a career-high 30 points for Connecticut.

Big individual performances, big results.

So that means the standings have changed:

1. Sparks
2. (tie) Storm and Mercury
4. Sun
5. Dream
6. Wings
7. Mystics
8. Liberty
9. (tie) Lynx and Sky
11. Aces
12. Fever

Tomorrow’s game schedue:

Dream at Fever

Liberty at Lynx

Sun at Mercury

WNBA team news:

The red-hot Sun are first in the Basketball Power Index.

Minnesota thinks rest is best in turning their season around.

Can the Lynx get out of their funk?

Why the Fever are 0-10.

The Sun and Storm met tonight after the passing of their former coach.

WNBA player news:

Briann January heats up her career with the Mercury.

Courtney Williams can be the Sun’s alpha dog.

How good has A’ja Wilson been early in her rookie season?

WNBA coach news:

Coaching wasn’t in Katie Smith’s plan, but she’s firmly at the helm of the Liberty.

Erin Phillips is winging her way to success.

College player news:

Former Arizona State guard Sabrina Haines has transferred to Kentucky.

Iowa freshman Kate Martin is out for the year with an ACL tear.

College coach news:

Wayne State’s new head coach is Brent Pollari.

Binghamton’s new coach is Bethann Ord.

Duquesne coach Dan Burt surprised a walk-on with a full-ride scholarship.

Anne Donovan:

Seattle and the Storm community mourn Anne Donovan’s passing.

Donovan reflected on her career before her 50th birthday.

Jennifer Gillom and Diana Taurasi reflect on Donovan’s legacy.

Pat Summitt:

A Pat Head Summitt statue and legacy park was unveiled in Clarksville, Tenn. today.

Bonus:

No women are on the 100 highest-paid athlete list, and there are reasons why.