Oh, snap!

Tuesday the Lynx snapped the Sparks’ winning streak at home, and tonight Los Angeles returned the favor, handing Minnesota their first loss of the season, 94-76.



– The Lynx looked really tired at the end of the game.

– I haven’t seen the Sparks look this good since the 2006 season.

– Over 13,000 fans at Target Center! Alright, Minnesota!!

– I hope both teams stay healthy, because this is fun!

– Next match up between these two is Sept. 6, in LA.

– WOO!

– The officiating sucked big time, though.

More results:

The Mercury defeated the Mystics, 91-79. Diana Taurasi scored 27 points to eclipse the 7,000 mark for her career, as the fastest player to do so.

The Liberty edged the Sky, 80-79. Tina Charles led New York with 21 points and 13 rebounds, despite breaking her nose in Wednesday’s game. It’s the sixth straight win for the Liberty.

The Storm cruised past the Sun, 98-81. Seattle rookie Breanna Stewart had 29 points, tying her career high.

League news:

The WNBA is raising money and awareness for Orlando shooting victim families.

Player news:

Tamika Catchings is enjoying her farewell tour.

Liberty center Tina Charles won the May WNBA Cares Community Assist Award.

Former WNBA player news:

Becky Hammon didn’t enjoy an easy road with the Stars.

Former WNBA big Quanitra Hollingsworth has found a home playing in Turkey.

College coach news:

For Vanderbilt coach Stephanie White, things are shaping up.

Armintie Prince returns to Ole Miss as coordinator of player engagement.

Dalila Eshe is a new assistant coach at LaSalle.

Hailey Yohn has been promoted to assistant coach at High Point.