ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) - Elena Delle Donne forced overtime with a clutch 3-pointer and had a career-high 32 points to lead the Chicago Sky to a 94-86 victory over Minnesota on Sunday.
Delle Donne added five points in the extra period for East-leading Chicago (15-7), which got 31 points from Sylvia Fowles, including six in overtime.
Seimone Augustus led a balanced Lynx attack with 26 points, Maya Moore had 19, while Lindsay Whalen and Rebekkah Brunson had 16 and 14 points, respectively.
The Sky rallied from a 12-point second-half deficit to lead in the late going before Augustus' go-ahead jumper with 47.3 seconds left in regulation gave the Lynx a 77-76 lead.
Whalen made it 79-76 with two free throws before Delle Donne's game-tying 3-pointer.
MYSTICS 74, SUN 63
WASHINGTON (AP) - Crystal Langhorne scored 18 points and Washington held on to beat Connecticut, giving coach Mike Thibault his second victory over his former team this season.
Ivory Latta added 14 points, including a crucial late 3-pointer to help seal the victory for the Mystics (11-13), who won their second straight to keep hold of sole possession of fourth place in the Eastern Conference.
Monique Currie added 12 points and Michelle Snow grabbed 10 rebounds for Washington, which had its 21-point third-quarter lead shrink to four during the fourth.
Tina Charles scored 18 points and Kelsey Griffin added 17 for the last-place Sun (6-15), who lost their third straight and sixth in their past eight.
Thibault was fired last November after 10 seasons leading the Sun.
MERCURY 77, SHOCK 56
PHOENIX (AP) - Diana Taurasi had 20 points and seven assists to lead Phoenix to its second straight win over Tulsa.
Tulsa missed 15 straight shots, getting shutout over a 10-minute stretch of the first half, while Phoenix scored 21 points in a row to take control in the second quarter.
Candice Dupree had 20 points, seven rebounds and three assists for the Mercury (12-11), who beat the Shock on Friday.
Liz Cambage had 19 points and six rebounds for Tulsa (7-17), which has lost four of its last five games.
Phoenix set a league mark with 12 blocked shots in the first half and held Tulsa to a franchise-low four points in the second quarter.
LIBERTY 88, DREAM 82
ATLANTA (AP) - Cappie Pondexter scored 33 points and New York handed Atlanta its first home loss.
Angel McCoughtry scored 30 points and Erika de Souza had a season-high 23 points and 10 rebounds, but the Dream lost for the seventh time in eight games after a 10-1 start to the season.
Atlanta (11-8) became the last WNBA team to lose at home, falling to 8-1 in Philips Arena. New York (10-13) moved to 4-7 on the road.
The Liberty outrebounded the Dream 43-30.