Remaining WNBA teams storm out of gate for season’s second half

Today’s results:

It was a highly-anticipated match up, with Sylvia Fowles and Candace Parker each making a season debut for their respective teams. But in the end, it was other players who were the high-scorers, as he Lynx held off the Sparks, 82-76. Maya Moore put up 27 and Lindsay Whalen, 24 for Minnesota. Four Los Angeles players were in double-digits.

The Mystics took down the Storm, 87-74, for their fourth straight win.

The Fever topped the Liberty, 84-72, for their second win in two days.

The Stars rolled past the Dream, 102-85, behind Kayla McBride’s 25 points.

Now here’s a question:

Are Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne the Magic and Bird of the WNBA?


Danielle Adams was suspended earlier today for three games without pay for violating the WNBA’s anti-drug policy.


Angel McCoughtry is the second-fastest player in WNBA history to reach 4,000 points.

The Yum! Center in Atlanta has offered to host WNBA games in the event of Phillips Arena renovations.


Q&A with rookie Clarissa dos Santos.

All-Star review:

WNBA “the season” episode four.