Big-time win for the Sun, upsetting Lynx

The Sun rallied to fore an overtime, then beat the Lynx, 93-89.

Maya Moore had 40 points for Minnesota. Let that sink in.

Alex Bentley lead Connecticut with 24 points, and Chiney Ogwumike had 21 points.

Box score.

The Sun hope the win will create momentum for the second half of the season.

League news:

The WNBA has seen a rise in several scoring categories this season.

Player news:

Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen became the first player in league history to notch 5,000 points tonight. She also has 2,000 assists and 1,500 rebounds.

Atlanta’s Layshia Clarendon is a rebel with a cause.

Sugar Rodgers and Jewell Loyd share the keys to their much-improved seasons.

Storm rookie Breanna Stewart won’t let the team’s losses go to her head. She is finding her way to flourish.

Ex-UConn stars are following similar paths.

No one can stop the Liberty’s Tina Charles.

Q&A with Wings guard Erin Phillips.

Nneka Ogwumike and Tina Charles are the Western and Eastern conference players of the month for June.

Stewart is the rookie of the month (again).

Former WNBA guard Candice Wiggins will pursue a volleyball career.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Wings at Dream

Liberty at Sky

Storm at Stars

Fever at Mercury

Dallas will try to contain Angel McCoughtry.

Olympics news:

Checking in with Team Canada.

NCAA news:

Commissioners from the NCAA’s top five conferences propose more time off for athletes.

Heck yes. Should have happened a long time ago.

College player news:

FIU has added Wisconsin transfer Elizabeth Toye.

Club ball news:

Keep an eye on these six recruits this summer.