No clinching, but Lynx are back; rookie breaks wrist

Some are saying the Lynx are “back” after tonight’s 81-65 victory over the Fever. Coach Cheryl Reeve said “stuff” was holding the team back last month, and said Sunday’s win over Phoenix was a turning point. I had speculated that it was.

The Sun survived the Stars, 73-72, thanks to Kelsey Bone’s game-winner with 1.8 seconds remaining.


Tough dealing of the cards to rookie Brittany Boyd, who fractured her wrist in last night’s game against the Sky, and will be out 5-6 weeks. Boyd underwent successful surgery today to repair the damage.

On a lighter note, Kiah Stokes has a movie list.


The Sky will begin their playoff run at the University of Illinois-Chicago Pavilion, as AllState Arena is unavailable.

Courtney Vandersloot has had a huge hand in the team’s success this year.


One-on-one with the retiring Sophia Young-Malcolm.


Episode 5 of Eye on the Storm features rookie Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis.


Layshia Clarendon podcast.

Tomorrow’s game:

Mercury at Stars.