What’s up with all the overtimes??

I mean, really. I don’t remember this many overtimes in a WNBA season ever. Another one today:

The Liberty outlasted the Dream in two OT, 90-79. Atlanta had been ona 9-0 run.

On the upside, Sancho Lyttle returned to the Dream today, and showed off her versatility.

More results:

The Mystics used a strong fourth quarter to top the Fever, 76-62.

Washington is now back to .500.

Radio show guest spot:

I was on Ed Easton Jr.’s “keeping it real” sports show earlier today, talking about yesterday’s historic Sparks-Lynx game, and more. If you missed it, you can listen here.

Team news:

President Obama will honor the 2015 WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx at the White House Monday.

After a difficult road trip, the Storm are eager to make improvements.

Mercury fans have raised more than $14,000 for the OneOrlando Fund.

Player news:

Going vintage clothes shopping with Mystics center Stefanie Dolson.

The Stars will retire Becky Hammon’s jersey Saturday.

Natasha Cloud talks about the Mystics’ new found focus at home.

Washington rookie Kahleah Copper answered a rapid fire questionnaire.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Stars-Wings preview.

College player news:

Ohio State graduate Lisa Blair joins Kansas as a graduate, with one year of eligibility left.

Former Cal guard Gabby Green has transferred to LMU.

College coach news:

Semeka Randall joins Wright State as an assistant coach.

Deneen Parker is a new assistant coach at Northwestern State.

Olympics news:

Australia is close to naming their Olympic team.