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Friday WNBA Links: Seattle's Record-Setting Game, All American Red Heads Hall of Fame Induction

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We haven't done links in a few days because there weren't that many games per day, preview links are generally included in game threads (thanks to thewiz06), and James, Queenie and Ray covered Wednesday's games in Atlanta and New York already.

But there still a few things occurred that were worth noting this week - even late - and made a Friday post worthwhile.

  • Jayda Evans of the Seattle Times reports that the Seattle Storm still feel they have room for improvement after a 101-74 blowout of the Tulsa Shock last night in which star center Lauren Jackson had a game-high 23 points in her fourth game back from the Olympics. The Storm broke a couple of franchise records with 29 assists (also a WNBA season-high) and 59.7% shooting from the field. Read more >>>
  • The Storm's website has a full list of all the records and milestones from last night's game, including a career-high 5 assists from forward Camille Little and a career-high 4 3-pointers from rookie Shekinna Stricklen. Read more >>>
  • Amelia Rayno of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that Seimone Augustus did a great job shutting down Los Angeles Sparks guard Kristi Toliver on Tuesday in addition to scoring 23 points on 6-for-10 3-point shooting and surpassing Katie Smith as the franchise's all-time leading scorer. Read more >>>

There are obviously more links today - especially on the Hall of Fame - so feel free to leave those in the comments along with any other thoughts and insights you have.