The hot stay hot

Today’s results:

The hot-shooting Aces beat the Mystics, 88-73, for their seventh straight win. It was the seventh consecutive loss for Washington.

The Sparks used a barrage of three-pointers to bury the Fever, 90-76.

Big showings from Napheesa Collier and Crystal Dangerfield paced the Lynx over the Liberty, 94-64.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Wings vs. Mercury

Storm vs. Sun

Sky vs. Dream

WNBA news:

The league has filed a trademark for the term “wubble,” opening the door to new merchandise.

WNBA team news:

For better or for worse, Chicago is plowing ahead with its 2019 formula.

The Lynx continue to build offensive cohesion despite injuries to key players.

Minnesota is winning with big contributions – not big names.

What the Mystics will look like next season.

WNBA player news:

Jordin Canada podcast.

Q&A with Bria Holmes.

Riquna Williams is settling in as the Sparks’ sixth woman.

Is Kristine Anigwe carving out a nice in the WNBA?

College team news:

Oregon’s current squad is the best three-point shooting team coach Kelly Graves has had.

Illinois is preparing for an uncertain season.

College player news:

UConn’s team captains are ready to face the unique challenges ahead.

Arizona freshman Lauren Ware must choose between volleyball and basketball.

College coach news:

Gail Goestenkors is Central Michigan’s new associate head coach.

Chandra Dorsey is a new assistant coach at Tulane.

Nitra Perry is a new assistant coach at West Virginia.