It was a big day

As the dust settled in Minnesota and Los Angeles, it stirred up in Phoenix, Connecticut and Seattle, where all three franchises were wheeling and dealing today.

The Mercury traded Noelle Quinn to Seattle in exchange for the rights to Angel Robinson.

Phoenix traded Courtney Williams, Jillian Alleyne and a 2017 second-round draft pick to Connecticut for Kelsey Bone.

The Storm also waived Blake Dietrick and Markeisha Gatling, leaving one open spot on their roster.

And in case you missed it, the Mercury signed Lindsey Hardingyesterday and waived Nirra Fields.

That’s a lot of transactions.

So Seattle gets Quinn back, but is Angel Robinson showing up in Phoenix anytime soon?

The Bone trade makes a lot of sense for the Mercury, but what does the Sun get out of it right now? Does this mean they’ve given up on the season already?

Who else will the Storm sign?

Then we have tonight’s game results:

The Stars got past the Dream, 73-69, on the strength of Kayla McBride’s 28 points.

Where has the Dream’s momentum gone? They’ve won two of their last seven games.

The Fever snapped the Wings’ four-game winning streak by taking them down, 92-87. Indiana saw a line up change going into the match up.

Becky Hammon’s jersey retirement:

Becky Hammon’s jersey now hangs from the rafters at AT&T Center.

Photo gallery.

Safe haven:

The Liberty’s Shavonte Zellous describes how basketball can be a safe haven for LGBT players.

Tamika Catchings:

The Duncanville high school star is excited to play in Dallas.

College player news:

A’ja Wilson is taking the spotlight at South Carolina.