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  • Catchings, Coleman lead Fever past Storm

    Tamika Catchings stood speechless for a moment in the Indiana Fever locker room after her teammates yelled and cheered when told the star forward had moved into third place on the WNBA's career scoring list. ''Wow, I don't know,'' Catchings said about her reaction. It'd be great to have that and…

    The Associated Press
  • Liberty-Sky Preview

    Elena Delle Donne's absence has taken a toll on the Chicago Sky. The Sky get their star back Thursday night when they host the New York Liberty. Chicago (10-16) has stumbled with Delle Donne sidelined, dropping eight of 10 to fall 1 1/2 games behind New York for the final Eastern Conference playoff…

    The Associated Press
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  • Sky's Delle Donne returns to lineup vs New York

    It's been a frustrating month for Elena Delle Donne. Chicago's star forward has been sidelined with a recurrence of Lyme disease that's forced her to miss 17 of the Sky's last 18 games. She'll make her return to the lineup Thursday night when Chicago hosts New York in a key Eastern Conference…

    The Associated Press
  • Hayes leads Dream past Shock 85-75

    TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Tiffany Hayes scored a career-high 27 points, Angel McCoughtry added 21 and Erika DeSouza had 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Atlanta Dream to a 85-75 victory over Tulsa on Thursday night.

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  • Fever-Storm Preview

    In the midst of their longest road swing of the season, the Indiana Fever are coming off another narrow defeat. Facing the WNBA's worst team could help them bounce back. The Fever try to continue their recent success against the Seattle Storm, who hope to avoid a seventh consecutive loss Thursday…

    The Associated Press
  • Mercury-Lynx Preview

    Brittney Griner and the Phoenix Mercury are closing in on one of the greatest records in WNBA history, the Los Angeles Sparks' 18-game winning streak. To equal that mark, the Mercury need to win two more games, starting with defending champion Minnesota on Thursday night. The Lynx have dominated…

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