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A hot night before a big showdown in Los Angeles

The Lynx-Sparks match up:

Both teams are putting their undefeated records on the line tomorrow.

Will the Sparks upset the Lynx?

LA has surged with the return of Candace Parker.

Comparing the unbeaten Lynx and Sparks.

Minnesota preview.

It was 100 degrees in Los Angeles today, and it’s supposed to get there again tomorrow. I can’t even tell you how glad I am that I’ll be in iced-out Staples Center tomorrow.

Other games tomorrow:

The Mercury get a second crack at the Wings on two days rest.

Stars-Sky preview.

WNBA top 20:

The league will announce its top 20 players of the first 20 years at 7:45 a.m. Pacific/10:45 a.m. Eastern tomorrow morning on SportsCenter.

Picking the top 20 makes for tough choices.

Team news:

The Wings took another step forward Saturday, in beating the Mercury.

Player news:

Kiah Stokes is finding her comfort zone with the Liberty.

Wings guard Skylar Diggins is getting married.

Former West Virginia Mountaineer Bria Holmes is finding success in the WNBA.

The Fever waived reserve guard Brene Moseley.

Tina Charles and Candace Parker are the Eastern and Western conference players of the week.

College player news:

Former Mississippi State forward LaKaris Salter has transferred to Jacksonville.

Former Oklahoma State guard Sydney Walton has transferred to West Texas A&M.

ODU has added Hofstra transfer Kelly Loftus.

College coach news:

Katherine Graham is a new assistant coach at Virginia.

JMU’s new assistant coach is Ashlee McGee.

Ross Jolly has joined Radford as an assistant coach.

High school news:

Sabrina Ionescu’s high school and club coach, Kelly Sopak, was offered a coaching job at Washington, which he turned down. Ionescu was considering the Huskies along with the Ducks.

USA Basketball news:

Dana Evans will replace Crystal Dangerfield, who is injured, on the U18 team.

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