ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) - Epiphanny Prince hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and added eight points in the extra session in the Chicago Sky's 98-91 victory over the winless Tulsa Shock on Friday night.
Prince, the WNBA scoring leader, finished with 32 points. She scored eight points in the final 29 seconds of regulation, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer for a 77-77 tie.
Tamera Young added 16 points, and Sylvia Fowles, Swin Cash and Courtney Vandersloot each had 14. Fowles also tied a career high with 21 rebounds for Chicago (5-1), off to its best start in franchise history.
Scholanda Dorrell scored 25 points for the Shock (0-7).
SUN 89, FEVER 81
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Kara Lawson scored 18 points to help Connecticut beat Indiana, while WNBA MVP Tamika Catchings missed part of the third quarter after she was accidentally elbowed in the face by Fever teammate Tammy Sutton-Brown.
Catchings left the game with 6:58 left in the third quarter. She went to the locker room with a towel over her face and had a bandage on her lower lip when she returned at the 3:38 mark of the quarter.
The Sun (5-1) went on an 8-0 run with Catchings out.
Catchings finished with a season-high 31 points for the Fever (4-2).
Tina Charles added 12 points and 14 rebounds for the Sun, and Asjha Jones had 12 points and 12 rebounds.
LIBERTY 76, MYSTICS 70
WASHINGTON (AP) - Cappie Pondexter scored 25 points, New York took control with a 30-5 first-half run and survived a frantic fourth quarter to beat Washington for its first road victory of the season.
Leilani Mitchell hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points for the Liberty, winners of three straight after opening the season 0-5. The latest victory also snapped a five-game losing streak in Washington dating to the 2009 season. Crystal Langhorne led the Mystics (1-5) with 24 points.
DREAM 60, SILVER STARS 57
ATLANTA (AP) - Angel McCoughtry scored 16 points, Lindsey Harding added 14 in Atlanta's victory over San Antonio.
Sophia Young finished with 21 points and was the only player to score in double figures for the Silver Stars (2-4), who have lost two straight and four of five.
Atlanta (3-4) overcame 23 turnovers, matching a season high, to snap a two-game skid.
SPARKS 90, MERCURY 74
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Nneka Ogwumike had season highs of 25 points and 12 rebounds and Candace Parker added 23 points and 10 rebounds to help the Sparks defeat the Mercury.
The Sparks (5-1) have won four straight and are off to their best start since 2003. The 16-point victory was their largest of the season.
DeLisha Milton-Jones scored 12 of her 21 points in the second half and made a 3-pointer after Phoenix climbed back to seven points down with 6:30 remaining.
The Mercury (2-5) have only beaten Tulsa twice this season while all five losses are by double digits. Phoenix is 1-4 without Diana Taurasi, the former MVP who is out indefinitely with a left hip flexor strain.
Charde Houston led Phoenix with 22 points and made four of five 3-point attempts.