Charles and Parker named Players of the Week in WNBA
3.5 per game). Other candidates for the Player of the Week were Atlanta's Sancho Lyttle, Indiana's Tamika Catchings and Chicago's Eshaya Murphy in the East and Minnesota's Maya Moore and San Antonio's Jia Perkins in the West.
Lynx continue dominance over Shock
Maya Moore collected 28 points and 11 rebounds as the Minnesota Lynx continued their dominance over the Tulsa Shock with a 89-74 victory
2012 Summer Olympic Games Preview - Basketball
Connecticut's Tina Charles join Catchings in the frontcourt while Taurasi and Bird will team up with Minnesota's Lindsay Whalen and Maya Moore to give the U.S. a formidable backcourt. The U.S. women open its Olympic play in Pool A on July 28 against Croatia
League-best Lynx rout league-worst Shock
her nine three-point attempts, as Minnesota improved to 14-4 this season, a half-game better than the Connecticut Sun. Maya Moore contributed 24 points, while Seimone Augustus had 17 in the victory. The Lynx shot 69.5 percent from the field and