Debuts, returns and big performances

Today’s game result:

The Wings used a big fourth quarter to rally past the Stars, 94-82.

It was Kelsey Plum’s debut and Moriah Jefferson’s return for San Antonio, and both Karima Christmas-Kelly and Skylar Diggins-Smith each notched 1,500 career points while Winging it.

Game photos.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Lynx at Sun

Sky at Mystics

Liberty at Storm

WNBA team news:

The Sparks aim to build on their 2016 championship.

The Storm’s community practice goes beyond basketball.

The Lynx have one obvious flaw: fatigue.

WNBA player news:

Crystal Langhorne is adjusting to a new supporting role, but leads the WNBA with a 75 percent shooting average.

Can Jonquel Jones lead the Sun in Chiney Ogwumike’s absence?

Ogwumike is on the mend – and happy, of course, and she has found a creative solution to her restriction as a reserve.

Sylvia Fowles is taking her game to another level this season.

WNBA coach news:

Pokey Chatman and the Fever are finding their way in a new era for the franchise.

Former WNBA player news:

Alison Bales has earned her medical degree.

All-Star game:

Players and media will join fans in All-Star voting.

College team news:

St. Francis and LIU Brooklyn are loading up on new recruits.

College player news:

Miami guard Laura Cornelius will redshirt the upcoming season after tearing her ACL.

College coach news:

Lin Dunn has signed a contract extension as assistant coach at Kentucky.

Vivian Frieson is Northern Arizona’s new assistant coach.

Ashley Garfield has been promoted to assistant coach at BYU.