Trades, new street names, transfers, and more

Today’s game result:

The Fever knocked off the struggling Sky, 82-75.

WNBA trade and signing:

The Stars sent Monique Currie back to Phoenix, and acquired Shay Murphy and Sophie Brunner in return.

The Mercury signed Angel Robinson.

WNBA team news:

The Sun will celebrate their 15th anniversary tomorrow. They aregoing strong.

The Sun at 15: Connecticut’s own Nykesha Sales was there at the beginning.

Rebecca Lobo will help celebrate the Sun’s anniversary.

Lobo is proud to be part of their rise.

WNBA player news:

The City of Phoenix has changed First Street to 7489 Taurasi Way to honor Diana Taurasi’s new league scoring record.

Kahleah Copper is inspired by her mother’s positive perseverance.

Morgan Tuck is closer to returning to action.

This week’s “race to the MVP” list has Skylar Diggins-Smith rocketing up the chart.

WNBA coach news:

Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve is eager to see the match up between Sylvia Fowles and Brittney Griner, whom she calls the “two best centers ever.”

Nope. Two best centers in the league are Lisa Leslie and Lauren Jackson. Fowles and Griner are both having good seasons this year, though.

Tomorrow’s game previews:

The Sun and Storm are hungry for a win on national television.

Storm players can relate to the Sun’s growing pains.

Liberty at Mystics

WNBA news:

The league has expanded its fandom to social media and fantasy gamers.

College player news:

After a long rest, Batouly Camara is ready to contribute at UConn.

Aarion McDonald will bring her diverse skill set and leadership to Arizona.

Houston has added North Carolina transfer Alyssa Okoene.

Syracuse transfer Davida Dale has landed at Rhode Island.

A fifth player from Rutgers is leaving the program.

College coach news:

Diane Richardson is Towson’s new coach.

UMKC coach Jacie Hoyt emphasizes the little things in changing the program’s culture.