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The Sun is flaming, burning hot

Ooooweee, the Sun has risen:

Red-hot Sun ride momentum past Lynx, 89-75.

Tomorrow’s game schedule and previews:

The Fever and Liberty meet in the battle of frustrated teams.

Sky at Sparks.

The Mercury will try for their fifth straight win over Las Vegas.

Dream at Storm.

WNBA player news:

Breanna Stewart’s “Me Too” story is helping raise awareness.

Noelle Quinn is here for wins, losses and titles.

Basketball Hall of Fame induction:

Mickie DeMoss feels a difference without Pat Summitt.

DeMoss and Chris Dailey pushed each other during the Tennessee-UConn rivalry days.

Fittingly, DeMoss and Dailey enter the Hall of Fame together.

DeMoss remembers her upset of No. 1 Tennessee while coaching at Kentucky.

A trio of former Ole Miss Rebels will be inducted as former members of the Women’s Professional Basketball League.

One member of the pro league had sworn “never again” at one point.

Summitt’s spirit hovered over the induction ceremony.

College coach news:

Jessica Jackson is a new assistant coach at Misouri State.

Mark Simons returns to Georgia Tech as an assistant coach.

USA Basketball news:

USA’s 3X3 team finished day one of the FIBA World Championship 2-0.

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