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Mystics snap losing streak; Parker notches 5,500

Today’s results:

Newly-signed rookie Stella Johnson helped the Mystics bust a seven-game losing streak with 25 points, as Washington took down the Dream, 98-91.

The Lynx came from behind to top the Wings, 91-84.

The Sparks staved off a Mercury comeback, 83-74, and Candace Parker surpassed 5,500 career points in the process.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Sky vs. Liberty

Storm vs. Fever

Sun vs. Aces

WNBA news:

The WNBA’s voting initiatives continue the work of the 19th Amendment a century later.

The league and Facebook’s Oculus will stream 20-regular season games, beginning tonight.

Decades after Air Swoopes, it’s time for a new signature shoe.

WNBA team news:

The Storm’s red-hot three-point shooting has been the catalyst for their record start.

The Aces like the idea of Liz Cambage playing in Australia this winter.

Defense fuels offense for the Sun.

The Mystics signed Jacki Gemelos and the Mercury signed Shey Peddy.

WNBA player news:

Kelsey Mitchell is the Fever’s MVP for the first half of the season.

Brionna Jones continues to impress for the Sun.

Kia Nurse is using old and new methods to deal with the bubble blues.

Leilani Mitchell is coming to grips with life in the bubble.

Gemelos is the star who never got to shine.

WNBA coach news:

Las Vegas coach Bill Laimbeer finally got a haircut and a shave today.

College conference news:

Big East women’s basketball will wear a Black Lives Matter patch on their uniforms for the upcoming season.

College player news:

SMU transfer Johnasia Cash has landed at Penn State.

College coach news:

Oregon coach Kelly Graves said the Ducks’ recruiting efforts are hurt by pandemic restrictions.

Tennessee State’s new head coach is Ty Evans, a former assistant at Auburn.

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