Friday was a big day. So let's get to some links:
Friday final scores
The Eastern Conference playoff teams are set after the Mystics beat the Sun, 71-67 - We now know the four teams in the Eastern Conference playoffs. But seeding is in flux for sure.
The WNBA Western Conference playoff teams are set too because the San Antonio Stars beat the Los Angeles Sparks, 92-76 - Here's our roundup on what's now at stake from here.
The Atlanta Dream beat the Tulsa Shock, 92-76 - Angel McCoughtry returned to game action, but Erika de Souza was the star of this game, where she scored 21 points and 12 rebounds. Recap from SB Nation's Peachtree Hoops.
The Seattle Storm lost, 77-65 to the Los Angeles Sparks - L.A. shot over 60% from the field in this contest. Recap from the Seattle Times.
Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner and Tulsa Shock forward Glory Johnson are now engaged - Congratulations to Griner and Johnson. And also congratulations to MysticsFan1 for sharing the link in a FanShot. This is a quick way for you to help contribute to the site, and this was actually our most viewed page. Sure, that is also partly due to our social media efforts, but again, without that FanShot, we may not have been so quick to link to the content.
Becky Hammon is honored after the Stars' blowout over the Lynx - The Stars honored her postgame, and WNBA President Laurel Richie gave an emotional sendoff.
Atlanta Dream give Sancho Lyttle multi-year extension - this move helps shore up the frontcourt in ATL for some time to come. Here's Peachtree Hoops' recap.
The Mercury will play Diana Taurasi and Penny Taylor during their game against the Los Angeles Sparks - However, they may not play Sunday against the Seattle Storm. Link to The Arizona Republic.
Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike receives the WNBA Cares Community Assist award - The Ogwumikes are the second pair of siblings to win this award. From WNBA.com.
Chicago Sky players Sylvia Fowles, Courtney Vandersloot, and Elena Delle Donne take a photo with Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose - Rose is among the players in consideration for the USA Basketball men's national team for the 2014 FIBA World Cup, and should be a lock to make the team in my opinion. The men's national team will play in Chicago later today against Team Brazil at 8 p.m. ET. Photo is from the WNBA's Instagram account.
Finally, watch Mystics Magazine's latest episode here - You can watch Tayler Hill talking about being a mom, Marianne Stanley's time at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Kara Lawson interviewing herself, and Bria Hartley and Stefanie Dolson sharing their insights. The embed is below, but if you can't see it, click the link from Monumental Network.
Of all 12 teams in the WNBA, the Mystics are the best with multimedia content, even if it is team-sponsored. No one comes even remotely close.
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