Big Sunday game action

Today’s results:

The Dream ran past the Sparks, 91-74, snapping their road win streak and ending their quest for a WNBA best season start record.

The Lynx needed an OT to scrape by the Wings, 98-97.

The Storm rallied from 24 down, but lost to the Sky in the last second, 91-88. Elena Delle Donne had 35 points and 11 rebounds for Chicago, including the game winner. She also notched her 2,000th career point tonight, despite missing a large chunk of 2014 with Lyme Disease flare ups.

The Liberty used a balanced attack to defeat the Sun, 83-76.


– I know I’ve said this before, but the Sparks should upgrade some of those bench players.

– It is driving Lynx fans crazy how well Los Angeles is doing this year.

– The Storm are looking promising, and tonight’s 24-point comeback should give them some more confidence. Really cool that Betty Lennox was at Key Arena to take in the action tonight.

Team news:

The Sun are playing better, but wins are hard to come by.

Minnesota has signed Nneka Enemkpali to a seven-day contract.

Player news:

Dream forward Sancho Lyttle will miss the rest of the season with a broken foot bone.

Sky centers Erika de Souza and Clarissa Dos Santos will miss the next three games as they fulfill duties for the Brazil National Team.

Brittney Griner is now eleventh on the league’s all-time blocks list after last night’s game.

Lauren Jackson is greatness personified.

U18 team:

USA routed Canada, 109-62, to claim the gold medal.