Tina Charles had 26 points and 10 rebounds, Renee Montgomery scored 23 points and the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics 79-71 Thursday night.
Tina Charles had 18 points and six rebounds as the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics 89-73 on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams.
Most WNBA teams made draft picks Monday that made sense and helped fill a need in their current rosters.
Angel McCoughtry scored 20 points and the Dream used a 25-0 run bridging halftime to beat the Sun 94-62.
Diana Taurasi scored 32 points and the last-place Mercury routed the Sun on Wednesday.
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CONNECTICUT 82, PHOENIX 77
Tamika Catchings was limited by a mild concussion and Indiana never led in the second half of a 73-68 loss to the Connecticut in the WNBA East finals on Thursday.
Indiana's hopes of beating Connecticut in the East finals rest on Tully Bevilaqua's ability to defend Lindsay Whalen.
Indiana might not agree, but Detroit-Connecticut series could have very well ended up being the Eastern Conference Finals.
Tamika Catchings scored 18 points and grabbed a key defensive rebound in the closing seconds Tuesday to lead Indiana to a 69-63 victory at Connecticut.
Tamika Catchings helped avenge Indiana's lopsided loss to Connecticut that ended the Fever's season.
Lindsay Whalen matched her career-high with 21 points and the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics 80-70 Monday night to even the best-of-three WNBA Eastern Conference semifinal.
CONNECTICUT 65, INDIANA 61
CONNECTICUT 79, INDIANA 77 (OT)
CONNECTICUT 63, INDIANA 58