The playoff race continues

We’re still number one:

The Liberty still leads the East, as they downed the Dream, 78-67.

The Lynx is still first in the West, after defeating the Stars, 78-61. Maya Moore went over 3,000 career points in the win.

Department of Wow:

An Allie Quigley three-point shot with 2.1 seconds to go put the Sky over the Mystics, 87-85.

The Shock outlasted the Sun in overtime, 84-76. Riquna Williams lead Tulsa with 22 points. They have now won three straight.

Impressive night caps:

The Fever used a third quarter 30-9 run to beat the Storm, 75-63. It’s the seventh 30-point or more third quarter for Indiana this season. The Fever also set a franchise record with four straight wins, and recorded their first West coast sweep.

The Sparks dominated the Mercury, 78-68. It’s the third consecutive loss for Phoenix, and their second in a row at home.


How guard Tayler Hill balances her career with raising a child.


What’s wrong with the Lynx?


Coach Bill Laimbeer has set the tone for the team’s hot streak.


Chicago signed a 14-year-old girl with cerebral palsy to a one-day contract, which she fulfilled in tonight’s game. Check out the team’s twitter account – too many sweet tweets, and I can’t pick my favorite one.

For Elena Delle Donne, it’s all Sky – no limit.


President Obama will honor last year’s WNBA champs at the White House next Wednesday.

College news:

At Temple, Way Veney has been promoted to associate head coach.

Drew Muscatell joins the University of Portland as an assistant coach.

Roderick Woods is South Carolina State’s new assistant coach.