ARLINGTON (AM News Net) — The Dallas Wings (11-14) had a shot at redemption Friday night. Just two games prior, the Wings were defeated on the road. . .

ARLINGTON (AM News Net) — The Dallas Wings (11-14) had a shot at redemption Friday night. Just two games prior, the Wings were defeated on the road by the Seattle Storm (10-14) and tonight they had their home court and four days off before yet another match against their opponents from the Emerald City. Last time the two teams met, the Storm triumphed 109-93. This time however, the advantage was clearly with the Wings. At College Park Center, the Wings had a win-loss record of 7-5 before tonight’s game, and Seattle has not been doing well on the road with only two wins and seven losses. . .
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ARLINGTON (AM News Net)  –  The Texas Rangers (49-52) have been in a precarious position this season. A multitude of losses, followed by a few wins that started to even out the Rangers' win-loss record gave hope to the Texas team. An American League wild card spot was in sight. A 10-4 win on Tuesday against the Marlins (46-53) further emboldened them. However, a shocking 22-10 loss on Wednesday's night game of the home series set the Rangers back. The blow now requires that the Rangers have to unseat Minnesota, Seattle, Tampa Bay, and either Kansas City or the Yankees to make a playoff berth. The blow was not a good one either. Rangers' pitcher. . .


SAN ANTONIO  (AM News Net)  – The San Antonio Stars (5-14) have been suffering this season and looking to turn things around. The Stars, who have not won any consecutive games, currently sit at the bottom of the conference standings in addition to having to play without Kayla McBride, a top guard, due to a fractured right foot. Meanwhile, the Seattle Storm (7-12), sits just above the Stars in the Western Conference Standings. The Storm, who have been on the road, have lost the last three games before this and successfully sought to stay out of last place. The Storm led the entire game, although by only a few points. At the end of the first quarter, Seattle was ahead 20-17, but. . .