WNBA Capsules

Updated: June 16, 2013, 8:12 PM ET
Associated Press

ATLANTA -- Angel McCoughtry scored 23 points, and Erika de Souza had 16 points and 11 rebounds to help the Atlanta Dream beat the Chicago Sky 88-74 on Sunday.

Tiffany Hayes also had 16 points for Atlanta (5-1), and Jasmine Thomas added 13. Elena Delle Donne led Chicago (4-2) with 25 points, Allie Quigley had 14, and Sylvia Fowles finished with 10 rebounds.

The Dream led by 18 points in the first quarter, but didn't pull away until going on a 20-10 run in the fourth quarter that included nine straight points after the Sky cut it to six.


TULSA, Okla. -- Diana Taurasi scored 29 points, and DeWanna Bonner had 23 in Phoenix's victory over Tulsa.

Candice DuPree added 20 points and 10 rebounds, rookie Britney Griner finished with 16 points, and Charde Houston had 10 for the Mercury (3-3).

Glory Johnson had career-best 32 points for Tulsa (1-7). Riquna Williams added a career-high 28, hitting six 3-pointers, and rookie Skylar Diggins had a season-best 22.

The second half featured eight ties and 11 lead changes before Taurasi took over, scoring eight points in the overtime period.


WASHINGTON -- Ivory Latta scored 17 points, Crystal Langhorne had all 16 of her points in the second half and Washington beat Indiana for its third straight victory.

Monique Currie scored 10 points for the Mystics (4-1), riding their longest winning streak since closing the 2010 season with six straight. Shavonte Zellous led the Fever (1-5) with 17 points, and Tamika Catchings had 16, but the defending WNBA champions dropped their fifth straight game.

STORM 78, SUN 66

UNCASVILLE, Conn. -- Tina Thompson scored 17 points, and Camille Little had 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists to lead Seattle past Connecticut.

Tanisha Wright added 13 points and five rebounds for the Storm (2-3). Allison Hightower had 17 points and five rebounds for Connecticut (2-5). Tina Charles added 15 points and six rebounds.

Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press

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