Back to business tomorrow

ESPN’s power rankings:

1. Phoenix
2. Minnesota
3. Atlanta
4. Indiana
5. Washington
6. Los Angeles
7. San Antonio
8. New York
9. Connecticut
10. Tulsa
11. Seattle
12. Chicago

Tamika Catchings and Maya Moore were Eastern and Western Conference players of the week.

Games resume tomorrow, with a four-contest line up.

More WNBA news……


Rebekkah Brunson makes her on-court season debut tomorrow.

Today’s practice report.

The Lynx are ready to roll after the All-Star game.


…..have signed Waltiea Rolle to a seven-day contract.

The story of outgoing COO Karen Bryant, part one.

All-Star interview with Lauren Richie:

The WNBA President answered questions from the media prior to Saturday’s game.

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame:

Gail Goestenkors was elected to the WBHOF 2015 class the same day she opted to resign from the LA Sparks as assistant coach, as head coach Carol Ross was let go.

College news:

Tennessee coach Holly Warlick wants the Lady Vols to have a stronger finishing touch.

Good God, UConn’s Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is a senior already? I remember her as a sophomore in high school.

Ebony Wells joins LaSalle from Florida State.