Indications

Today’s results:

A’ja Wilson was in MVP form, with 30 points and 13 rebounds, in the Aces 94-82 win over the Liberty.

The Mercury nipped the Sky in OT, 77-74, behind 28 points from Skylar Diggins-Smith.

Though short-handed, the Sparks eased past the Fever, 98-63.

WNBA team news:

Which teams can turn their season around?

The Sun and Jonquel Jones are rising.

The Liberty are off to a remarkable start this year.

Will improved effort from the Lynx in their first win carry over?

Alex Rodriguez wants to move Minnesota’s NBA team to Seattle, which would cause a conflict for its WNBA team.

WNBA player news:

Nneka Ogwumike is out 4-6 weeks with a left knee sprain.

Q&A with Elena Delle Donne.

Layshia Clarendon is upending the gender binary in sports.

After helping the 3X3 team qualify for the Olympics, Katie Lou Samuelson looks to find chemistry with the Storm.

Michaela Onyenwere has taken her game to the perimeter.

Aari McDonald’s rookie year has been a juggling act.

Former Detroit Shock great Deanna Nolan is opening a wine bar in Michigan.

WNBA coach/GM news:

How do James Wade’s draft picks stack up?

NCAA news:

The NCAA has approved using the international three-point line distance in the college game.

The NCAA has approved allowing athletes to work out with two non-coaching staff members during the eight-week summer period.

The SEC will grant immediate eligibility to players who transfer within conference.

The Big East has eliminated its intraconference transfer policy.

A new partnership with select schools will allow athletes there to earn money from content posted on Twitter.

College team news:

The rebuild is over for Duke.

Vanderbilt is finalizing its fall roster.

College player news:

Oklahoma State transfer Ja’Mee Asberry has committed to Baylor.

LSU transfer Karli Seay has landed at FGCU.

Oregon State transfer Ana Teresa Faustino will play for Western Kentucky.

College coach news:

E.C. Hill is the new head coach at Delaware State.

Cayla Petree is resigning as Gulf Coast College coach to take the head job at Morehead State.

Penn State has added two new assistant coaches.

Olympics news:

The relentlessness of the women’s basketball schedule is exacerbated in an Olympics year.