Another slate of big performances

Today’s game results:

Diamond DeShields led the Sky past the Dream, 93-80, with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

The Sun got back in the win column with a 101-89 effort over the Fever.

Huge showings in the Wings’ 97-91 defeat of the Aces: Kayla McBride with 38 points, Skylar Diggins-Smith with 29, and A’ja Wilson two assists shy of a triple-double.

So many great performances already this week. Just, wow.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Liberty at Mystics

Sparks at Storm

Basketball gender pay gap:

The root of WNBA players’ argument about the gender wage gap in basketball.

Skylar Diggins-Smith says it’s appalling how players are underpaid by the league.

WNBA team news:

The New York Liberty may be part of an MSG sports spinoff.

WNBA player news:

Maya Moore kept her chin up during the Lynx’s recent losing streak.

It took a while, but Sylvia Fowles is looking more like the reigning MVP.

The Ogwumike sisters enjoy tag-teaming each other.

Well-traveled Jasmine Thomas has found a home with the Connecticut Sun.

A’ja Wilson is already a franchise player.

Blake Dietrick is thriving with the Dream.

Storm and Sparks players talk about being in ESPN’s The Body issue.

Top 10 player rankings.

WNBA coach news:

Liberty coach Katie Smith’s creed is team over self.

College team news:

The post-A’ja Wilson era for South Carolina will be guard-heavy.

UConn’s upperclasswomen are impressed with the freshmen.

The Huskies won’t be the wire-to-wire favorites this season.

College player news:

South Dakota transfer Jaycee Bradley has landed at TCU.

College coach news:

Colleen Mullen is molding UAlbany into her own.

Melissa Jackson is the new head coach at Akron.

Bridgette Gordon embraces her role as the Lady Vols’ historian.

Jasmine Lister is happy to be back with UConn.

High school news:

A former Indiana high school coach blames parents for his “train wreck” dismissal.


Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon has been promoted.

Tamika Catchings says FanDuel and fantasy sports will increase interest in the WNBA.