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Saturday morning WNBA links: Fever and Shock continue in right direction

The Shock are out of last place, the Fever moved into sole possession of fourth and the Lynx remained the best team in the WNBA. Meanwhile, we get a more in-depth look at the coaching side of Ivory Latta and reaction from Elena Delle Donne on leading all players in All-Star voting.

Briann January and Shavonte Zellous combined for 28 points and seven assists Friday night.
Briann January and Shavonte Zellous combined for 28 points and seven assists Friday night.
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  • WNBA.com did a video on the Mystics and their effort to turn things around this season.
  • Mark Giannotto of The Washington Post writes about Ivory Latta making the transition into coaching. Read more >>>

  • Aman Ali of WNBA.com writes about Elena Delle Donne becoming the first rookie to lead all players in voting for the WNBA All-Star Game. The starters for the game were announced during Thursday night's Mercury/Sparks game on ESPN2. Read more >>>
  • Stephen J. Nesbitt of The Indianapolis Star writes about Tamika Catchings and Lin Dunn, who will be representing the defending champion Indiana Fever at the All-Star game. Shavonte Zellous could potentially be joining them as a reserve, according to Albert's picks from last Thursday. Read more >>>
  • Aman Ali put out the latest "Race to the MVP." Candace Parker remained at No. 1, Lindsay Whalen made the biggest jump within the top 10 and Ivory Latta, Riquna Williams, Erika de Souza and Nneka Ogwumike all entered the "Knocking on the Door" section after being absent from the top 15 last week. Read more >>>
  • Stephen J. Nesbitt recaps the Fever's 77-70 win over the Mystics on Friday night. Shavonte Zellous and Ivory Latta each had 16 points to lead their respective teams. Read more >>>
  • Raul Dominguez of The Associated Press recaps the Lynx's 87-71 win over the Silver Stars. Lindsay Whalen has scored 20-plus in each of her last four games after scoring 20-plus just twice in her first 11 this season. Read more >>>
  • The Associated Press recaps the Shock's 64-58 win over the Sun. Glory Johnson and Liz Cambage each had 17 rebounds. Read more >>>