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Today’s results:

The Mystics routed the Dream, 92-74, with 15 three-point shots.

The Lynx squashed the Wings, 92-64.

WNBA All-Star news:

All-Star reserves were named.

Notable surprises and snubs.

WNBA team news:

The league’s weekly power rankings.

WNBA player news:

How Tina Charles can bolster the Storm’s title hopes, or disrupt the team chemistry……the move makes sense if chemistry is preserved.

Charles said leaving the Mercury was hard, but signing with Seattle “just made sense.”

Why she made the midseason move.

Allisha Gray is quiet, and lets her game do the talking.

In tonight’s Minnesota win, Moriah Jefferson posted the franchise’s first triple-double.

Kelsey Plum has been the main reason behind the Aces’ success.

In last night’s press conference, A’ja Wilson was moved to tears when asked about Brittney Griner.

The White House says it is “actively” seeking her release.

Griner’s situation is simple, but bringing her home is not.

The Mercury are pushing for Griner’s release.

College coach news:

Nikki McCray-Penson is a new assistant coach at Rutgers.

Aaron Kallhoff comes aboard BYU as an assistant coach.

Columbia has hired Allie Bassetti as an assistant coach.

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