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A few statements in wins

The Storm is the league’s only one-loss team after tonight’s game

Today’s results:

The Sun handed the Dream a 93-82 loss.

Skylar Diggins-Smith went off for 26 points to lead the Mercury over the Wings, 91-79.

Statement win: the Storm doused the Sky, 89-71, behind Breanna Stewart’s 25 points.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Aces vs. Fever

Mystics vs. Lynx

Liberty vs. Sparks

WNBA news:

The league and Twitter have renewed their partnership and will stream 10 games this season.

Season assessment so far, from the league.

The WNBA is united with an up-tempo style.

Breonna Taylor’s mother talks 150 days after her daughter’s death.

WNBA team news:

Through two weeks, the Sky find themselves at the top of the league.

ESPN’s power rankings for the week.

CBS Sports also has power rankings.

WNBA player news:

Tierra Ruffin-Pratt on her cousin’s death at the hands of police.

Dream rookie Chennedy Carter left tonight’s game in the first quarter with an ankle injury. She will undergo an MRI.

Kaila Charles is starting to find her stride in her rookie season.

Jacki Gemelos is still fighting on.

Skylar Diggins-Smith’s impact still lingers on the Wings’ young roster.

A’ja Wilson and Courtney Vandersloot are the Western and Eastern Conference players of the week.

College team news:

Gonzaga is eager to return to the court.

Maine has returned to practices, with masks.

College player news:

Husky freshman Paige Bueckers marches for her younger brother’s future.

College coach news:

UConn coach Geno Auriemma expects a long wait before the start of college season.

Alex Simmons’ lessons from Pat Summitt.

Kelsey Hogan is New Hampshire’s new head coach.

USA Basketball news:

Swin Cash is part of a new USA Basketball board of directors.

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