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Cambage sets WNBA mark with 53-point game

Liz Cambage scored 53 points Tuesday to set the WNBA's single-game scoring record and help the Wings defeat the Liberty 104-87.

FiveThirtyEight: How Cambage broke the WNBA's scoring record

Dallas' Liz Cambage shot 17-of-22 from the field and 15-of-16 at the free throw line, outscoring New York's starting five by 10 points.

Cambage sets WNBA record with 53-point game

Liz Cambage's impressive game for the Wings is capped by a 3-pointer in the fourth quarter that gives her 53 points, a WNBA single-game record.

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Dream win on incredible buzzer-beater from beyond half court

Tiffany Hayes intercepts a pass, then takes a couple of dribbles and heaves a shot that goes in at the buzzer to give Atlanta the win.

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WNBA

From Cambage to Howard, feel-good stories abound in WNBA

Liz Cambage is back and better than ever. Natasha Howard has transformed into a Storm starter. There has been no lack of feel-good stories in the WNBA.

Cambage is back healthier and stronger

The Wings' Liz Cambage, the No. 2 pick in the 2011 WNBA draft, is back in the league and has changed her lifestyle to be more fit.

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Sun hold off Taurasi, Mercury

Diana Taurasi scores 28 points, but Courtney Williams tallies 25 points to lead Connecticut to a 91-87 win over Phoenix.

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Sparks edge Storm in OT

Candace Parker scores 21 points as the Sparks break their three-game losing streak with a win over the Storm in overtime 77-75.

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ESPYs

Which top team should take home an ESPY?

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon break down their favorites to win the ESPYS Award for best team.

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Who should win ESPYS Best Female Athlete Award?

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon pick between Sylvia Fowles, Mikaela Shiffrin, Chloe Kim and Julie Ertz for the ESPYS Best Female Athlete Award.

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Brunson breaks rebounding record, Lynx break through vs. Sparks

Passing legends like Leslie and Catchings, Rebekkah Brunson became the WNBA's leading rebounder Thursday. And the Lynx needed every one to beat the Sparks for the first time this season.

Brunson becomes all-time leading rebounder in WNBA history

Rebekkah Brunson pulls down her 11th rebound of the game, 3,317th of her career, which puts her as the top rebounder in WNBA history.

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Moore takes it to tin with nice crossover

Maya Moore beats her defender with the crossover, then finishes with an and-1 layup.

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8-year-old dazzles at MSG with Globetrotters

Eight-year-old, Samaya Clark-Gabriel, impresses the Globetrotters with her dribbling exhibition.

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Storm prove they can play with anyone in the WNBA this season

Seattle's win over L.A. felt like a playoff game. And that's where the Storm look headed after improving to 2-0 over the Sparks and to 11-5 overall.

Bird drops dime to Clark on fast break

Sue Bird pushes the tempo and finds Alysha Clark for the and-1 finish in the fourth quarter.

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Stewart calls series win against L.A. 'huge'

Breanna Stewart explains what clicked for the Storm in the second half and breaks down the significance of beating the Sparks.

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Delle Donne drills game-winning buzzer-beater

Elena Delle Donne calls game with a 3-point winner at the horn to lift the Mystics past the Liberty.

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Mercury

WNBA

Mercury family room keeps players' kids close on game day

Dubbed "Coachella" by Diana Taurasi because of its fun environment, the Mercury family room provides a place for the players' kids during games.

Mercury helping moms on team in one big way

The Mercury roster includes three moms with four kids all under 14 months old. The Phoenix Mercury family room, complete with a full-time NICU nurse, provides a place for the children on game night.

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NBA

Hammon earns promotion with Spurs

The Jump crew reacts to Becky Hammon filling the assistant spot on San Antonio's coaching staff vacated by James Borrego.

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Delle Donne leads Mystics past Sun

The Mystics take the lead in the 3rd quarter behind a 22-4 run and Elena Delle Donne drops 25 points in Washington's 92-80 win.

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Body Issue

Megan Rapinoe, Sue Bird first gay couple in Body Issue

Jemele Hill sits down with Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird to discuss how they're the first openly gay couple to appear in the Body Issue.

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Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe debate basketball vs. soccer

After their Body Issue cover shoot, Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe tell Jemele Hill about battling injuries, having to kick their nutrition up a notch and who would win in a foot race.

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Body Issue

Stewart: 'I have a story, and I hope people can see that'

For Breanna Stewart, the Body issue was just another part of her effort to reclaim her voice -- and her body, and she talks about the journey of embracing her story.

Stewart: 'A lot more people can relate to my story than people would think'

After revealing her past as a sexual abuse survivor last year, Breanna Stewart sat down with espnW's Julie Foudy to share more details of her story and talk about finding the strength to come forward.

Stewart: 'I definitely embrace my length'

Breanna Stewart discusses how she has made the transition from a college powerhouse at Connecticut to a building WNBA franchise in Seattle.

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Moore feeds Brunson for and-1 layup

Maya Moore dishes down low to Rebekkah Brunson, who absorbs contact from Brittney Griner to get the hoop and harm.

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Auriemma praises Stewart's talent

As Geno Auriemma says, "Stewie owns March." The UConn coach talks about Breanna Stewart's ability to deliver during championship runs.

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Breanna Stewart reveals plans to play overseas

WNBA player Breanna Stewart takes ESPN's Julie Foudy on a ride in her new car and discusses her latest career move.

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Anne Donovan's passing

Seven years before her death, Donovan reflected on her career

In a 2011 interview, Anne Donovan discussed how the many stops on her coaching career had finally led her back home and closer to her family.

Donovan played essential role in growth of women's basketball

At 6-foot-8, Anne Donovan never wanted to stand out. But she was part of many of the most important moments and developments in women's basketball.

Lisa Leslie remembers Anne Donovan

Lisa Leslie looks back on her time with Anne Donovan, specifically the 2008 Olympic Games when Donovan coached Leslie to a gold medal.

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Wilson leads Aces past Fever in OT

A'ja Wilson drops a career-high 35 points in Las Vegas' 101-92 win over Indiana.

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Outside the Lines

Whalen balancing duties as coach, WNBA star

Four-time WNBA champion Lindsay Whalen joins OTL to talk about balancing her duties as head coach of University of Minnesota as well as playing for the Lynx.

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Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

Hall of Famer Holdsclaw returns to where it all started

An Olympic gold medal and WNBA stardom are part of her legacy. But what Chamique Holdsclaw did at Tennessee remains the closest to her heart.

Fittingly, Dailey and DeMoss head into Women's HOF together

They helped create the sport's top rivalry. But as much as they are associated with Geno and Pat, Chris Dailey and Mickie DeMoss have their own legacies.

Fagan: How two weeks with coach Ceal Barry changed my life

The best coaches improve the skills of their players and change the trajectory of their lives. Kate Fagan says she owes Ceal Barry a debt of gratitude.

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Diggins-Smith calls WNBA-NBA gap 'disappointing'

Skylar Diggins-Smith breaks down how WNBA players feel about the differences between the NBA and WNBA, including player salaries.

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