The Dream topped the Sun, 83-77.
Sugar Rodgers’ 21 points paced the Liberty past the Fever, 91-59.
The Sky routed the Mystics, 98-72.
The Storm pounded the Mercury, 95-81. Jewell Loyd lead Seattle with 32 points.
The Sparks held off the Stars, 68-61. Nneka Ogwumike lead Los Angeles with 21 points and 10 rebounds.
So, to recap:
The Mercury, Fever and Liberty are struggling. The Sparks and Dream are not.
Didn’t see all that coming.
If you think the WNBA is in trouble, check out some NBA history.
Ho hum: another fast start for the Lynx.
Minnesota’s early-season success is a numbers game.
Mystics guard Tayler Hill is developing into a complete player.
Stars rookie Haley Peters is proving she’s tough enough.
Sylvia Fowles and the Minnesota Lynx have it figured out.
College conference news:
The SEC has expanded their “serious misconduct” rules for transfers only.
College player news:
Former Virginia point guard Mikayla Venson has transferred to Georgetown.
Jaime White has transferred from Utah to Fresno State.
College coach news:
New Vanderbilt coach Stephanie White brings a history of LGBT activism.
Scott Rueck’s version of what is “elite” is even more clear after Oregon State’s Final Four run.
Rueck’s assistant coach, Mandy Close, has resigned.
Two assistant coaches and the director of basketball operations at Marist have resigned.
Megan (Frazee) Leuzinger is a new assistant coach at Valparaiso.
Vermont has three new assistant coaches.
USA Basketball news:
The U17 World Championship Team has been named.