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The day after

About last night:

Jewell Loyd was selfless in the win for Seattle, as Sue Bird’s burst lifted them.

Inside the two semifinal wins.

WNBA Finals team news:

The Storm and Mystics will meet in the Finals.

Five things to know about the match up.

How the 2018 Seattle Storm made the WNBA Finals.

All board the Washington Mystics bandwagon.

No mistake about it: Washington is headed to the Finals.

The Mystics will play at George Mason’s arena, in Virgina.

Now that Washington has made the Finals, the Storm awaits.

WNBA Finals player news:

Sue Bird was transcendent in Game 5 and lifted the Storm to the Finals.

Bird stole the spotlight and is still schooling the youngsters.

How Elena Delle Donne went from potential season-ending injury to the WNBA Finals in five days.

The Finals will feature the battle of the two out superstars.

A trio of Terps can bring a title back to the D.C. area.

More WNBA team news:

The Mercury are expected to return the same core next year.

More WNBA player news:

Courtney Vandersloot reflects on her record-breaking season.

USA Basketball news:

In their first scrimmage tonight, White beat Red, 100-75.

The National Team now heads to New York with 15 athletes.

After that, they play in Connecticut.

International news:

Natalie Achonwa and Kia Nurse headline Team Canada at the World Cup.

College coach news:

Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw has more prestigious honors in store this fall.

Hall of Fame news:

Tina Thompson’s storybook career has taken her to the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame.

Bonus:

ESPN will release a basketball project that will include a segment on the Tennessee-UConn rivalry.

Beats by Dre has partnered with the WNBA.

Sportscaster has partnered with the WNBPA to offer live interactive video to fans.

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