Short-handedness and milestones

Tonight’s results:

The Lynx routed the Mystics, 98-73. Washington was without Elena Delle Donne, who had a groin strain.

Lindsay Whalen became the league’s most winning player in the regular season, with 295.

The Fever rallied for an 83-80 win over the Storm. Indiana was without Briann January, sitting with an Achilles strain.

The Wings rallied from 14 behind to beat the Sparks, 96-90.

WNBA team news:

Building a contender in Washington D.C.

WNBA player news:

Erica Wheeler keeps going, going, going for Indiana.

Brittney Griner is playing at MVP level for the Mercury.

Without Alex Bentley, the Sun will turn to Courtney Williams.

Sylvia Fowles is happy to join her college teammate Seimone Augustus.

Chelsea Gray has grown into one of the WNBA’s top point guards.

Allisha Gray is shining in the WNBA.

Diana Taurasi is eyeing another record as the Mercury travel to Chicago.

An influx of UConn players continues to dominate the WNBA.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Dream at Sun

Sky at Stars

Sparks at Mercury

College player news:

Freshman sensation Aarion McDonald will transfer from the University of Washington.

College coach news:

Q&A with Dawn Staley.

Southeast Missouri coach Rekha Patterson will compete in “Dancing With Cape Stars” in July.

Jonneshia Pineda has been promoted to assistant coach at Georgia Tech.

Kaitlyn Cresencia is Princeton’s new assistant coach.

Valerie Nainima has been promoted to assistant coach at Fordham.

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame:

Sheryl Swoopes headlines the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame induction class.

Swoopes is enjoying her Hall of Fame moment.

Kara Wolters is humbled to enter the Hall of Fame.