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Today’s preseason result:

The Fever used smothering defense to down the Sky, 76-65.

Tomorrow’s preseason games:

Mystics at Dream

Storm at Sparks

WNBA team news:

Connecticut is showing flashes of their newfound athleticism in their preseason games.

Atlanta’s newly-renovated court is ready just in time for their preseason game tomorrow.

Minnesota Lynx preview.

The new-look Lynx are optimistic about the season.

WNBA player news:

Jessica Breland survived cancer to thrive in the WNBA.

Lexie Brown feels sort of guilty about her viral video.

The Dream traded center Imani McGee-Stafford to the Wings for a 2020 pick.

Azura Stevens stands by her WNBA decision, but might have done it differently.

Rookie Napheesa Collier has arrived ready to learn.

Morgan Bertsch is balancing school and the WNBA.

WNBA coach news:

Nicki Collen’s dream job was a story of compromise, patience and support.

WNBA commissioner news:

Conference call with new league commissioner Cathy Engelbert.

College team news:

LIU’s new mascot is the shark.

College player news:

Five rising stars for next season.

Kitija Laska will move on from South Florida.

BYU star Shaylee Gonzales is trying out for the U19 team.

Two have transferred to North Texas.

Lauren Hill will be inducted into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame Saturday.

College coach news:

Rice coach Tina Langley has signed a new five-year deal.

Western Carolina has named Heather Kearney its new head coach.

Kenny Brooks is using the transfer portal to reload Virginia Tech.

Buffalo’s new assistant coach is Candice M. Jackson.

Ohio State has hired Tamika Jeter as an assistant coach.

Brandy Manning is a new assistant coach at Georgia Tech.

Taylor Coleman is Bucknelle’s new assistant coach.

Washington State has brought aboard Jason Chainey and Camille Williams as assistant coaches.

St. Bonvaventure’s new assistant coaches are Amber Easter and Bryanna Mueller.

High school news:

Top recruit Treasure Hunt’s high school won’t be closing.

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