Now, every WNBA team is on All-Star break

Today’s result:

The Sky topped the short-handed Mercury, 101-87, behind 25 points from Diamond DeShields.

All-Star game news:

The All-Star game will air on ABC Saturday.

Nneka Ogwumike is still sick, so Rebekkah Brunson will take her place in the lineup.

WNBA fans need a bigger and better All-Star weekend.

Things to watch.

WNBA team news:

More Mystics players need to step up in order for the team to be contenders.

WNBA player news:

A rested Angel McCoughtry and the Atlanta Dream are on a roll at the All-Star break.

Hometown heroes are always close to Rachel Banham’s heart.

Rookie Victoria Vivians is emerging as a big part of Indiana’s future.

Chiney Ogwumike on this week’s Suncast.

A’ja Wilson podcast.

Ten things you may not know about Liz Cambage.

Brittney Griner was ejected in the Mercury’s loss to the Sky today.

Bonus:

The WNBA is seeing its best viewership since the 2015 season.

After their playing careers are over, WNBA stars are all-business.

The WNBA has found success in creative partnerships with sponsors.

Jenny Boucek’s pregnancy represents a first in the NBA.

College team news:

Notre Dame prepares to embark on a new journey this season.

College player news:

Emily Engstler is a gem recruit for Syracuse.

South Carolina newcomer Destanni Henderson is “college ready.”

USA Basketball news:

USA’s U17 team is in the World Cup quarterfinals after routing Columbia.

Desiree Caldwell is eager to join her sister as an international champion.