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Aces, Lynx prevail

Today’s results:

The Aces used a balanced scoring attack to beat the Sky, 90-82.

The Lynx took care of the Dream, 85-68.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Liberty at Storm

WNBA team news:

Examining why scoring is down this year.

The Mystics are head and shoulders above the rest of the league.

Washington has been playing stellar defense during their winning streak.

The Sun were eclipsed on their road trip.

Minnesota got two salary cap hardship waivers and added Kenisha Bell and Asia Taylor.

The league’s power rankings for week six.

AP WNBA power poll.

Her Hoop Stats power rankings.

WNBA player news:

Courtney Vandersloot is steadying a new era in Chicago.

Jantel Lavender has made a seamless transition to the Sky after playing eight seasons with the Sparks.

Diana Taurasi could return to the court Friday.

Another wonderful Sue Bird essay in the Player’s Tribune.

Early returns for all-star voting.

WNBA coach news:

Lessons Dan Hughes wishes he’d known from the start.

College player news:

NCAA athletes are rallying behind Tiana Magankahia.

She vows to come back stronger.

The No. 1 Gamecock recruiting class embraces the pressure.

She can dunk, but that’s not what put her in place to lead South Carolina’s freshmen.

Notre Dame transfer Jordan Dixon has landed at Texas A&M.

College coach news:

Miami Ohio’s new assistant coach is Sahar Nusseibeh.

Wichita State has two new assistant coaches.

UTEP has finalized its coaching staff.

High school news:

Iowa State commit Aubrey Joens is next in line for her storied hoops family.

USA Basketball news:

The U19 team is ready to begin training.

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