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Stars were out in full force

Glory Johnson and Monique Currie displayed their veteran leadership in a thriller in Dallas.

Slow to take off, but Wings take flight!

After playing from behind all game, the Wings dug deep and found a way to beat the Stars.

Sparks’ duo puts in work

Wednesday night there was nothing Chicago could do to slow down Nneka Ogwumike and Candace Parker. The duo combined for 57 of Los Angeles’ overall 95 points.

Making the cut

Thanks to a loss by the Mystics just moments before the Mercury took the court, Phoenix was automatically in the playoffs. But tonight, there was a bigger moment to celebrate.

What happened to Dallas?

The Dallas Wings once again fell short in winning a game. Something seems to amiss in Dallas, but what is it?

Champions of the world!

Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings, and Diana Taurasi are a combination truly special for the women’s basketball game.

Rotation of fresh legs benefiting the USA

A big advantage for Team USA has been the deep bench that brings in not only offensive fire power, but fresh legs as well.

Regulation not enough!

The San Antonio Stars were down at half time, but with time still on the clock they never gave up and tied the game for overtime. Dallas was able to hold them off inOT.

No Overtime needed!

Tonight, the Dallas Wings would beat the Phoenix Wings in regulation, unlike a few nights ago when they had to beat them in three overtimes.

Stewart's strong play not enough for win

The Seattle Storm fought hard on the road against the Dallas Wings. However, Karima Christmas and Odyssey Sims made sure the Wings protected home court.