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WNBA Tuesday Game Thread: Two games starting at 7 p.m. ET and All-Star voting begins

Talk about tonight's games here.

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Here are tonight's games on the docket:

1. Los Angeles Sparks (2-2) at Atlanta Dream (3-3), 7 p.m. ET

SB Nation's Peachtree Hoops has a preview of the game which you can read here.

You can watch this game on ESPN2 or WatchESPN. The Sparks are coming off of a triple overtime loss to the Washington Mystics, but they can get back in the win column tonight in this nationally televised contest.

2. Seattle Storm (2-5) at Phoenix Mercury (3-1), 10 p.m. ET

The Storm and Mercury are coming off of wins. Phoenix will be a tough team for Seattle to beat, especially on the road though.

All Star voting has begun!

Mayajustwins had a FanPost on the story earlier today.

You can vote through the WNBA Center court app, Facebook, or Twitter. If you vote on Facebook or Twitter, use the hashtag #WNBABallot.

Here are the players whose names will be on the ballot:

Eastern Conference
Team Guards Frontcourt
Atlanta Dream Matee Ajavon Erika de Souza
Shoni Schimmel Sancho Lyttle
Angel McCoughtry
Chicago Sky Epiphanny Prince Jessica Breland
Courtney Vandersloot Elena Delle Donne
Sylvia Fowles
Connecticut Sun Katie Douglas Kelsey Bone
Allison Hightower Kelsey Griffin
Chiney Ogwumike
Indiana Fever Briann January Tamika Catchings
Shavonte Zellous Marissa Coleman
Erlana Larkins
New York Liberty Anna Cruz Essence Carson
Cappie Pondexter Tina Charles
Plenette Pierson
Washington Mystics Ivory Latta Monique Currie
Kara Lawson Emma Meesseman
Kia Vaughn
Western Conference
Team Guards Frontcourt
Los Angeles Sparks Alana Beard Jantel Lavender
Kristi Toliver Nneka Ogwumike
Candace Parker
Minnesota Lynx Seimone Augustus Rebekkah Brunson
Lindsay Whalen Janel McCarville
Maya Moore
Phoenix Mercury Erin Phillips DeWanna Bonner
Diana Taurasi Candice Dupree
Brittney Griner
San Antonio Stars Becky Hammon Jayne Appel
Danielle Robinson Kayla McBride
Sophia Young-Malcolm
Seattle Storm Sue Bird Crystal Langhorne
Tanisha Wright Camille Little
Shekinna Stricklen
Tulsa Shock Skylar Diggins Jordan Hooper
Riquna Williams Glory Johnson
Courtney Paris

At least from a Mystics fan's perspective, it is a crime that I can't vote for more than one of the following players: Stefanie Dolson, Bria Hartley, Jelena Milovanovic, and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt, all of whom have made significant contributions for the team this season. That's at least if I was voting from the web form. If I could pick the five Mystics players on the ballot, I would have Hartley's name over Lawson's and Dolson's over Currie's.

The voting period ends on Wednesday, July 2 at 12 a.m. ET. The WNBA All-Star Game will be in Phoneix on Saturday, July 19, at 3:30 p.m. ET.

Enjoy the games everyone.