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Maryland 's victory song wasn't playing as Alyssa Thomas jogged onto the court at Verizon Center for pregame warm-ups, and she and her team weren't welcomed with a standing ovation from the crowd.
Charles scored on a jumper to give the Liberty a 66-62 lead and blocked Jantel Lavender on the Sparks' next possession.
Maya Moore scored a career-high 48 points for the Minnesota Lynx in a 112-108 double overtime win over the Atlanta Dream.
The Washington Mystics may have needed a reminder on how to find their own arena.
The fire started at 2210 N. Rosa Parks Way around 3:30 a.m., according to Portland Fire and Rescue spokesman Lt.
Coach Doc Rivers has said he'll resign from the Los Angeles Clippers if Donald Sterling remains owner, the team's interim CEO testified, saying such a move would be a "disaster" for the franchise.
Diana Taurasi scored 22 and Candice Dupree added 19 to help the Phoenix Mercury win their 13th straight game and clinch a playoff berth with an 89-71 victory over the Seattle Storm on Tuesday night.
Indiana Fever fall to Chicago Sky 60-57 Fever make just 9-of-20 free throws Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1mC4Yeg Indiana Fever forward Erlana Larkins with a pass against the Chicago Sky inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Indianapolis.
Kayla McBride scored 23 points and the San Antonio Stars overcame career-highs by Odyssey Sims and Skylar Diggins to beat the Tulsa Shock 95-93 on Tuesday night.
The Atlanta Dream return from the All-Star Break Tuesday night as they face the defending WNBA Champion Minnesota Lynx in a rematch of last season's Finals.
With a roster that includes seven players who are rookies or in their second year, the Washington Mystics predictably endured plenty of uneven play during the first half of the season.
In a year where the talent has continued its uptick, the All-Star break arrived with nine of the 12 WNBA squads under the .500 mark.
Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore has been named the WNBA's Western Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.
So the team's general manager and executive vice president decided to make a coaching change and let Carol Ross go over the weekend.
In this Aug. 31, 2002, file photo, Los Angeles Sparks' Lisa Leslie celebrates after the Sparks beat the New York Liberty 69-66 in Game 2 to win the WNBA Finals championship in Los Angeles.
The 2014 All-Star Game magnified the transition the WNBA is currently going through, as the younger talent continued to outshine the more familiar names.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 07:20 am
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