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Today’s results:

The Lynx ended the Sun’s eight-game winning streak with an 89-57 thrashing.

The Sky held off the Aces, 87-84.

Connecticut’s loss shows no team is a guarantee this year.

Chicago’s ability to close out tight games of late spells trouble for other teams.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Dream at Fever

Wings at Mercury

WNBA team news:

The power of three-point shooting for the league’s championship contenders.

The Mystics showed new offensive firepower last night.

The Liberty are looking for strong guard play.

WNBA player news:

Easygoing Emma Meesseman is embracing her new role with the Mystics.

Kahleah Copper would like to stay with Chicago for the long haul.

Courtney Williams is providing spark and style for the Sun.

Bonus:

Sheryl Swoopes sees growth and room for improvement in the WNBA.

The league has craved mainstream attention and might be turning a corner this season.

College team news:

New-look Tennessee made a good first impression in their first game in Europe.

College coach news:

Texas has named Terry Nooner an assistant coach.

Pan American Games news:

The U.S. edged Puerto Rico, 62-59, to advance to the gold medal game.

High school news:

One team’s journey through the early Title IX years.

Samantha Prahalis won’t return as Ward Melville High School’s basketball coach this year.

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