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Tonight’s lesson

Tonight’s games show that the team that is best able to manage workload and stay as rested as possible will increase their chances of success dramatically

Today’s results:

The Mystics pounded the Storm, 89-71.

The Lynx held off the Sky, 83-81.

The Sparks held off the Sun, 81-76.

That means there’s only one unbeaten team left – the Washington Mystics. Surprise!

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Liberty vs. Dream

Fever vs. Wings

Aces vs. Mercury

WNBA news:

The league will offer health-monitoring rings to players.

The WNBA is keeping the focus on social justice issues.

WNBA player news:

In her 15th season, Seimone Augustus feels secure with the Sparks, has nothing to prove and has plenty in the tank.

Layshia Clarendon on players using their platform to speak about social injustice.

Sabrina Ionescu is already lighting up the WNBA.

An early look at the Wings rookies.

Dee Bonner names the top five young guns in the league.

Q&A with Tiffany Hayes.

WNBA coach news:

Former Sky assistant coach Bridget Pettis heeded the call to feed the hungry.

WNBA GM news:

Dallas GM Greg Bibb calls out Sen. Ted Cruz over an anti-WNBA comment.

NCAA news:

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved rules to allow student-athletes to wear patches on their uniforms for commemorative and memorial purposes, as well as to support social justice issues.

College player news:

All 13 Oregon Ducks are on campus for workouts this summer.

Cal transfer Sara Anastasieska will play at Duke.

Penn State senior guard Kamaria McDaniel has entered the transfer portal.

College coach news:

Niele Ivey talks coaching during the pandemic, and social justice.

Georgia Southern coach Anita Howard is recovering from COVID-19.

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