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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.


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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