Lynx 66, Sun 91: Relax, it’s just the preseason.

Late in the game, Nicole Ohlde finally realized that there was no way that Margo “Shawn Bradley” Dydek could keep up with her, and started spinning around her at will.

Lynx 54, Storm 64: Time to look ahead.

The Lynx were knocked out of the playoffs by Seattle, doomed by their propensity towards turnovers. Now there’s nothing left but to look ahead to another offseason of rebuilding.

Van Gorp comes out.

Michelle Van Gorp talks about being a lesbian in the WNBA, same-sex marriage, and various other issues.

One league’s postseason is another’s preseason.

I spent most of my time marvelling at the cushy first-row seats I was sitting in, but I managed to pay a little attention to the game and jotted a few notes about the players while I watched.

But hope springs eternal.

A hotshot draft prospect named Lindsay Whalen, however, has thrown a wrench in my armchair GM plotting.

Lynx vs. Sparks: 74-72. Yes, the scores are listed in the right order.

After a huge second-half comeback, Minnesota is now unbeaten against L.A. in playoff games, thanks to Tamika Williams’s last-minute steal and layup.

Playoff time!

The Lynx have clinched a playoff berth for the first time in team history.

Basketball in the summer… what a crazy idea!

Svetlana Abrosimova is a stud. I don’t know if it’s ok to refer to WNBA players as “studs”, but when you’re battling for rebounds and leading the fast break like that, “stud” is the word that comes to my mind.