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A rare, quiet Sunday to digest

More on the All-Star game:

The game delivered some unforgettable moments.

Transcript of WNBA President Lisa Borders’ press conference yesterday.

Allie Quigley’s 29 points in yesterday’s three-point shooting contest was more than any WNBA or NBA had ever scored in an All-Star game.

As noted in our story yesterday, the game got off to an awkward start.

WNBA All-Star 2019:

Formally: Las Vegas will host next year’s All-Star game.

WNBA player news:

The Mercury have signed forward Devereaux Peters to a seven-day contract.

College team news:

BYU will soon leave on a summer European tour.

College coach news:

Northern Arizona coach Loree Payne is tapping her Northwest roots in recruiting.

USA Basketball news:

USA’s U17 team won the World Cup by routing France, 92-40.

Jordan Horston was named tournament MVP.

Australia took the bronze medal.

Canada won ninth place.

U18 photo day.

Bonus:

Former teammates, coaches and fans gathered to celebrate the life of Anne Donovan.

More from ESPN.

Barbara Kennedy-Dixon’s legacy lives on – especially for Karen Jenkins Gray.

Rene Portland was remembered for her friendship at a memorial service.

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