Catchings become WNBA all-time leading rebounder

Results so far today:

The Lynx got past the Fever, 82-75.

Tamika Catchings became the WNBA’s all-time rebounds leader in the process, surpassing Lisa Leslie. She has 3,309 for her career, with one more game to play.

The hot-shooting Sun scorched the Wings, 107-74.

Right now the Sky and Liberty are battling, and in a bit, the Stars and Sparks will face off.

WNBA news:

Founding president Val Ackerman is proud to see the league flourish.

WNBA team news:

Without Elena Delle Donne, the Sky’s playoff hopes look dim.

WNBA player news:

Tamika Catchings career timeline and retrospective.

Catchings and Pacers star Paul George share a unique bond.

Elena Delle Donne stars in a new Gatorade commercial.

Ramu Tokashiki is under the radar for the Storm.

The Mercury’s Kelsey Bone kneeled during the National Anthem last night.

Stars center Jayne Appel-Marinelli has received the August WNBA Cares Community Assist Award.

Don’t talk about the size of Sun rookie Courtney Williams.

The Liberty have signed Epiphanny Prince to a multi-year contract extension.

Phoenix forward DeWanna Bonner continues to shine in the WNBA.

The Mercury celebrated retiring Penny Taylor after her final regular-season home game last night.

WNBA coach news:

Coach Cheryl Reeve says the Lynx are still playing to win.

Dan Hughes is leaving and extensive legacy in San Antonio.

NCAA news:

What other states could be problematic for the NCAA?

The SDSU president testified in the Beth Burns wrongful termination trial.