OT day in the WNBA

The Sparks rallied to beat the Liberty in overtime, 79-72. Los Angeles begins the season 3-0 for the first time since 2003. It’s been that long?

In another OT showdown, the Mystics downed the Sun, 84-76, for their first season win.

Almost went to overtime: the Wings edged the Stars, 82-77. It was Dallas’ first home game, it was sold out, and Skylar Diggins returned. Great night for them.

Team news:

From LJ and Sue to Jewell and Sue: Seattle transitions from one era to the next.

The Mercury is working to draw young fans.

The WNBA now has the best Wings in Dallas.

Player news:

Sylvia Fowles is flourishing in her second season with the Lynx.

Erin Phillips and Penny Taylor are finding their form.

Sky rookie Imani Boyette: DNP.

Mercury rookie Nirra Fields talks about her playing career.

Michele Timms reflects on the Mercury’s 20th season.

Coach news:

Fever coach Stephanie White over the years.

College coach news:

The Buscaglias have become synonymous with Robert Morris basketball.

Ta’Shia Phillips (remember her?) is a new assistant coach at the University of Indianapolis.

Adam Call is a new assistant coach at Eastern Michigan.

Hawaii’s new assistant coach is Sybil Dosty.