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The jockeying for seeding continues

Today’s results:

Courtney Vandersloot’s 20 points and 15 assists led the Sky past the Sun, 97-86.

The Mercury raced by the Fever, 94-74.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Wings at Dream

Fever at Aces

WNBA playoffs:

There is only one playoff spot left to claim, but the seeds are up for grabs.

The Storm have secured a spot in the playoff semifinals for the first time since 2010.

WNBA team news:

The Aces are looking to end a five-game losing streak and make a playoff push.

Why Atlanta should still be a favorite, even without Angel McCoughtry.

The Mystics felt slighted in last week’s forfeit.

WNBA player news:

Liz Cambage traveled with the Wings to Atlanta but is still questionable to play tomorrow.

WNBA president news:

League president Lisa Borders and NBA president Adam Silver think keeping the New York Liberty in White Plains is a profitable long-term idea.

College player news:

Texas Tech transfer Lyndsey Whilbey has been granted immediate eligibility to play for Purdue.

Former Florida player Simone Westbrook is a new graduate transfer at Clemson, where she will play for her former coach, Amanda Butler.

College coach news:

Tennessee athletic director Phillip Fulmer said no one is better-suited to lead the Lady Vols than Holly Warlick.

Coach Kim Barnes Arico’s next goal for Michigan is sustained success.

David Caputo is Delaware State’s new head coach.

West Virginia coach Mike Carey will see Salem University name their court after him.

Maryland assistant coach Terry Nooner is joining the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers as an assistant coach.

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