The Mystics outlasted the Wings, 91-85. Elena Delle Donne had 26 points for Washington and rookie Arike Ogunbowale, 30 for Dallas.
The Aces held off the Sparks, 92-86, behind a huge fourth quarter performance from Kelsey Plum, who finished with 20 points. Riquna Williams scored 37 for LA.
The win puts Las Vegas a half game ahead of the Sparks, and into third place, behind Washington and Connecticut.
Tomorrow’s game schedule:
WNBA team news:
The rise of the rookies is a good sign for the Liberty.
WNBA player news:
How Sky coach James Wade has helped Gabby Williams become more confident.
The NCAA has moved a step closer to a 16-team Sweet 16 in Las Vegas.
College player news:
Oregon forward Nyara Sabally has re-torn her ACL.
Illinois sophomore Arieal Scott is stepping away for health and wellness reasons.
College coach news:
Bradley has extended coach Andrea Gorski’s contract through 2023-2024.
Keisha McClinic has been promoted to associate head coach at East Tennessee State.