Officially the craziest season in WNBA history

Today’s game results:

The Storm outran the Sun, 78-65, behind a season-high 31 points from Jewell Loyd.

The Sky topped the Wings, 114-99. Chicago set a franchise record for scoring.

The Fever snapped a five-game losing streak with a win over the Sparks, 78-76.

Which means a change in the standings:

1. Storm 2. Mercury 3. Dream 4. (tie) Wings and Sparks 6. (tie) Lynx and Mystics 8. Sun (.500) 9. Aces (.458) 10. Sky 11. Liberty 12. Fever

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Milestones:

Sue Bird tied the league record for games played, with her 499th.

Courtney Vandersloot became the seventh player in WNBA history to record a triple-double, with 13 points, 10 rebounds and 15 assists.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Mystics at Liberty

Lynx at Mercury

WNBA team news:

The struggling Mercury are down to nine players for the next two games.

WNBA player news:

Breanna Stewart aims to help others by sharing her story.

Jewell Loyd fondly recalls her time playing in high school.

Stefanie Dolson stands out off the court.

Kristi Toliver wants to be an NBA coach. Advice from women who blazed the trail.

A record-setting week showcases all Liz Cambage brings to the WNBA.

WNBA stars united for an unforgettable birthday for a 12-year-old fan.

All-Star Game:

Maya Moore passing on captain duties is just one of five All-Star Game questions.

College coach news:

San Francisco coach Molly Goodenbour’s contract has been extended to 2024.

Southern Illinois welcomes Jody Adams-Birch as an assistant coach.

Geno Auriemma is glad to have Jamelle Elliot back at UConn.

USA Basketball news:

The U17’s are set to tip off World Cup play.

U18 National Team member Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker has made a name for herself in a family of athletes.

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