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Mystics stay hot, Sparks upset and Sun rebound

Today’s results:

The Mystics used a strong fourth quarter to rout the Storm, 88-59.

Rookie Arike Ogunbowale’s career-high 35 points paced the Wings past the Sparks, 84-78. The loss ended LA’s five-game win stretch.

Connecticut stepped on the gas to beat the Mercury, 78-71, and snap a two-game losing streak.

No games tomorrow

WNBA team news:

The Aces are sharing the spotlight and winning a lot.

Burning questions from the league.

WNBA player news:

Brittney Griner says the WNBA undervalues and underappreciates players.

Elena Delle Donne has taken her game to another level.

Seimone Augustus is playing a unique role on a youthful Lynx roster.

Liz Cambage is shining a light on mental health issues in the WNBA.

Shenise Johnson will have arthroscopic knee surgery and miss the rest of the season.

College player news:

Lashann Higgs will return to Texas after the NCAA approved her hardship waiver.

College coach news:

Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors talks about the team’s progress over the summer.

Jennifer Leedham has been named associate head coach at St. Francis Brooklyn.

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