A bit of everything

Tonight’s results:

Despite the return of Sylvia Fowles and Elena Delle Donne to the Sky, the Sun beat Chicago, 79-69. Connecticut has won six straight.

It took an overtime, but the Shock pulled together to down the Fever, 107-102.

More WNBA news……


Minnesota had one of their best practices of the year today, according to coach Cheryl Reeve, who said, “I feel like I got my team back.”

Practice report from today.

Rookie Asia Taylor blogs: Don’t panic.


Chiney Ogwumike blogs about thriving in transition.


Noelle Quinn provides quiet leadership to the team.


Angel McCoughtry has been nominated for an ESPY award for best WNBA player.


Could the Mercury’s offense be better than it was in 2009, when they won the title?

ESPN’s power rankings:

A bit of change….

1. Mercury
2. Lynx
3. Dream
4. Sun
5. Fever
6. Stars
7. Shock
8. Sky
9. Mystics
10. Storm
11. Sparks
12. Liberty

WNBA All-Star game:

League president Laurel Richie is excited about the upcoming game.

WNBA pride game last Sunday:

Seattle Times reporter Jayda Evans was not impressed with the broadcast.

College news:

UNCW is ready to reap the rewards of patience.

Coach Debbie Black’s contract has been extended at Eastern Illinois through 2017.

Cindy Blodgett is Boston University’s new assistant coach.

Vicky Picott has joined Wagner as an assistant coach.