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The playoff race continues

Today’s game results:

The Liberty ended the Sun’s winning streak at six, with an 82-70 win.

The Mercury used a fourth quarter push to down the Mystics, 89-79.

The Lynx thrashed the Fever, 111-52. It was the largest winning margin in league history.

A short time ago, the Sparks won a double-overtime battle with the Sky,115-106. Five in double figures on each team, and three with double-doubles from Los Angeles while Chicago had two dub-dubs. Insane.

Still battling at this hour are the Storm and Stars. Our reporter will have a story soon.

WNBA player news:

A career demanding perseverance has become rewarding to Candace Parker.

The chemistry between the Dallas rookies is one of laughter.

Rebekkah Brunson could miss the rest of the regular season after spraining her ankle in Wednesday’s game.

Keisha Hampton will miss the remainder of the season after having knee surgery.

Former WNBA player news:

Jamaica has honored Simone Edward with the “Order of Distinction.”

Taking a stand:

Kristi Toliver talks about players’ demonstrations of unity.

The WNBA’s handling of protests is better than the NBA’s.

Records that could be broken soon:

There are several.

College player news:

12 years later, Shawntinice Polk still brings out the best in her Arizona teammates.

College coach news:

Quinnipiac coach Tricia Fabbri looks to build off the momentum from last year’s Sweet 16 run.

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley’s mother has died.

College commissioner news:

Past experience helps Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman grow the Big East Conference.

Pepperdine failed lawsuit:

How a failed Title IX lawsuit will have lasting impact on future cases.

High school news:

Legendary Eden Prairie, Minnesota coach Faith Johnson Patterson was asked to resign.

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