An “any given day in the WNBA” night

Several players returned to the court tonight from injury, and the results of some games were surprising……..

Today’s game results:

The Dream used a strong fourth quarter to outrun the Sun, 75-70. Brittney Sykes returned for Atlanta and Chiney Ogwumike, for Connecticut.

The Wings routed the Sparks, 101-72.

The Mystics took care of the Sky, 93-77. Stefanie Dolson returned to the lineup for Chicago.

The Storm downed the Fever, 72-63.

The Aces topped the Liberty, 88-78, for their second straight win.

The Lynx beat the Mercury, 83-72, to snap their eight-game winning streak.

WNBA news:

FanDuel and the WNBA begin their partnership.

WNBA player news:

Elena Delle Donne took exception to statements from NBA commissioner Adam Silver, and found her voice.

Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe are Seattle’s new power couple.

Kelsey Bone, the first WNBA player to join Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest, refuses to stop kneeling.

In a family of athletes, Diamond DeShields may shine brightest.

A’ja Wilson is finding life and losing in the WNBA “pretty rough.”

Rookie Lexie Brown is adjusting to coming off the bench for the Sun.

College team news:

Ole Miss has completed a massive roster overhaul.

College player news:

Maryland’s Eleanna Christinaki will skip her senior season to play pro ball in Europe.

Three Nebraska players won’t return, and FIU grad transfer Kristian Hudson has been added.

College coach news:

Chattanooga coach Katie Burrows has named her coaching staff.

UNCW has two new assistant coaches.