Sparks, Liberty win on day two of season

The Liberty downed the Wings, 79-71, in their home opener, and are sending a message.

Tina Charles and Sugar Rodgers each had great games for the second night in a row. Today both had 24 points a piece.

Candace Parker lead the Sparks past the Storm, 96-66, with 34 points. Rookie Breanna Stewart was the top scorer for Seattle, with 23 points.

Stewart and Tiffany Mitchell, who lead the Fever yesterday with 18 points, are the two rookies who outscored their teams in their debuts.


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Watch them work.

Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve says the league has come a long way in two decades.

Dream forward Angel McCoughtry and the WNBA are ready for respect.

GM news:

Seattle president and general manager Alisha Valavanis is the eye of the Storm.

Team news:

The Wings are feeling seller’s remorse after Amanda Zahui B. lead the Liberty past them today.

Player news:

Swin Cash will likely return to the Liberty around May 24.

In her WNBA debut today, the Storm’s Breanna Stewart actually experienced losing. She is carrying the burden for the Storm and for the league.

College team news:

The next recruiting class is critical to the future of the Lady Vols.