Pro news dominates

Tonight’s WNBA action:

The Silver Stars captured their sixth consecutive win by downing the Mystics, 78-73.

The Sun beat the Shock, 86-75.

The Liberty overcame the Sky, 64-59.

Other league news:

The soon-to-be-retired Tully Bevilaqua was honored by Fever fans prior to last night’s game.

Indiana is frustrated, MVP Tamika Catchings says.

Following their loss last night, the Lynx plan to refocus before the Olympic break.

The Sun are hosting a meet and greet with Rebecca Lobo prior to the Sept. 7 game.

The Dream’s skills academy is Monday, July 16.

Fireworks could be poppin soon for the Shock.

NCAA:

Notre Dame’s Natalie Achonwa will be on the world stage soon, as a member of Canada’s Olympic team.

Nebraska is already trying to get a jump on next season.

Club ball:

It’s day two of the Big State Flava Jam in Texas, and day one of the End of the Trail Tournament in Oregon, and neither organization has a scoreboard. I’ve never understood why the media doesn’t cover club ball tournaments. Maybe they still don’t understand that club ball is the way kids get scholarships these days.

Knuckleheads.