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Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

The Las Vegas Aces did just about everything right in the first half, including Kelsey Plum dribbling down the clock for a buzzer-beating shot before the break and hitting it. The Aces go in at halftime up 57-50; they have shot 61.8 percent from the field and are confounding the Mystics' defense. A'ja Wilson and Liz Cambage have combined for 25 points for Vegas, with Plum scoring 10. Elena Delle Donne and Emma Meesseman each have 12 points for the Mystics, who are doing OK offensively, but really struggling on defense. Is an upset brewing of the No. 1 overall seed in the WNBA playoffs?

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

Nice to see Washington Mystics guard Kristi Toliver back on court for first time since Aug. 8; she was out with a bone bruise in her knee. Toliver hasn't scored yet; she has played 7 minutes and is 0-of-3 from the floor. But Emma Meeseman is playing really well for the Mystics, leading them with 12 points on 6 of 9 shooting about midway through the second quarter.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

There were times it looked like the Washington Mystics might start to pull away from the Las Vegas Aces even in the first quarter. But the Aces aren't letting that happen. They trail just 30-27 after one period and are shooting 73.3 percent from the field.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

The Sun take Game 1 over the Sparks! It was a hard-fought, contentious game until the final minute (which included a technical foul on Los Angeles coach Derek Fisher) but Connecticut edged out a 84-75 win at home. "We just do what we do," said Courtney Williams, who had 15 points, immediately after the game. "It's what we've been doing all season long."

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

We've got ourselves one heck of a ball game right now! The Connecticut Sun hold a 59-58 lead over the Los Angeles Sparks entering the fourth quarter of a very (very) chippy Game 1. The crowd is rowdy (and star-studded) and the players are FIRED UP. If you're not watching this game right now, you really need to start watching.

Mechelle Voepel espnW.com 

For the first time in franchise history, the New York Liberty will get the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft. The Liberty had the best odds in Tuesday's draft lottery, and the ping pong balls indeed went their way. Dallas will pick No. 2, Indiana No. 3 and Atlanta No. 4. Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu is expected to be the top pick in next April's draft.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

The Los Angeles Sparks dominated the second quarter to take a 40-37 lead over the Connecticut Sun heading into the break. Nneka Ogwumike has a team-high 13 points, and Candace Parker added 12 points, five rebounds and three (!) blocks. Alyssa Thomas leads the Sun with 13 points. This could be a fun second half at Mohegan Sun.

D'Arcy Maine ESPN 

After a slow start, the Connecticut Sun hold a 21-14 lead over the Los Angeles Sparks at the end of the first quarter. Jasmine Thomas hit a three as time expired, and the crowd -- which includes Kara Lawson and Tacko Fall from the Boston Celtics -- LOVED it. She has six points so far.