Mystics handle Mercury on second night of back-to-back

Tonight’s game result:

Moments ago, the Mystics soundly beat the Mercury, 103-95.

Traditional powers Minnesota and Phoenix are struggling early.


May 30, 2018

Seattle Storm Russell, Mercedes Signed
Seattle Storm Muldrow, Teana Waived

May 29, 2018

Chicago Sky Vandersloot, Courtney Activated
Los Angeles Sparks Lavender, Jantel Activated
Phoenix Mercury Robinson, Angel Signed

WNBA team news:

The Lynx are off to their worst start since 2010.

“We haven’t done anything”: the Storm isn’t impressed with their 4-1 start.

Seattle is contending with schedule challenges during their hot start.

The Aces are preparing for a tough stretch of seven games in 12 days.

Early impressions: the Sun are on the rise.

The founder of Steiner Sports is among those interested in buying the Liberty.

WNBA player news:

Blocking shots remains an important part of Brittney Griner’s game.

Ariel Atkins is catching on fast with the Mystics.

Without her father, Alaina Coates begins her WNBA career.

Ivory Latta and Elizabeth Williams are going from balling to Harvard Business School.


Tamika Catchings squashes rumors that she’s in to be an NBA general manager.

Best kicks in the WNBA so far this year.

College conference news:

The Big Sky is adopting a 20-game league conference schedule.

College coach news:

UTRGV coach Lane Lord is excited to make the jump to Division I.

New assistant coaches at Northern Colorado are Kelly Packard and Christian Blanks.

Southwest Airlines apologized to Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb.

USA Basketball:

The U17 World Cup Team has been named.