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All-Star game afterglow

Minnesota’s Maya Moore fueled an electric Team Parker win, 119-112.

It was the third straight All-Star MVP honor for Moore.

Moore game highlights.

Liz Cambage dunked at the end of the game.

Allie Quigley won the three-point contest for the second straight year, and her performance won rave reviews.

Video of her showing.

Quigley’s perseverance has paid off.

A fan quickly updated Quigley’s Wikipedia page today after her win.

The Lynx are happy hosts after a successful game.

Moore is back on top in a season in which she has struggled.

DeWanna Bonner went from having twins to being an All-Star in the Twin Cities.

Chiney Ogwumike has had a long road to her All-Star return.

Tina Charles is an all-star on and off the court.

A’ja Wilson shined in her first All-Star game.

Kicks on display this weekend.

Photo gallery.

Top five plays from the game.

Some notes and quotes.

Bonus:

The video intro “play like a girl,” narrated by Billie Jean King, is just amazing.

WNBA president news:

President Lisa Borders wants to see players paid more.

Borders announced today that next year’s All-Star game will be in Las Vegas.

WNBA team news:

The Mercury will have to fight to make the playoffs.

WNBA player news:

Sue Bird is teaming up with Pearl Jam and “The Home Shows” to raise money for Seattle’s homeless.

NCAA news:

The Final Four Committee was looking at Minneapolis today.

College player news:

Florida State super freshman Izabela Nicoletti will miss this season with a knee injury.

USA Basketball news:

The U17 women thrashed Hungary and will play France for the gold medal.

Azzi Fudd is continuing the family business.

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