What a game day

Today’s game results:

The Liberty rolled over the Sun, 96-80.

The Mystics rallied from behind to defeat the Dream in overtime, 100-96.

The Lynx crushed Dallas, 100-74.

The Fever snapped a five-game losing streak with an 84-77 win over the Mercury.

All-Star game:

Rebekkah Brunson and Sugar Rodgers will replace Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne in this Saturday’s All-Star game.

In addition, Sun coach Curt Miller will replace Bill Laimbeer as the East coach, while Laimbeer attends to a family matter.

Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart give fans a look at Seattle’s attractions.

A women’s basketball city, Seattle is geared to host the All-Star game.

WNBA team news:

The Sky’s new lineup is an improvement, but they have a way to go.

The Chelsea Gray-Jonquel Jones trade is paying big dividends for both teams.

Former Montana coach Robin Selvig is proud of the Storm for their support of Planned Parenthood.

WNBA player news:

Q&A with Nneka Ogwumike.

First-time All-Star Sugar Rodgers defines perseverance.

Stefanie Dolson’s positive energy has sparked the Sky’s recent success.

Brittney Griner’s injury has all but ended her chances to win MVP this year.

More fall out on the lack of coverage issue:

Cut the B.S., ESPN: Your lack of WNBA coverage is the problem.

College player news:

UConn’s Kia Nurse is headed for a Canadian training camp.

College coach news:

Mike Neighbors is settling into his new job at Arkansas.

Fort Valley State’s new head coach is Le’Coe Willingham.