Anthony Davis

On The Fly: Diana Taurasi Breaks WNBA All-Time Scoring Record

The record-setting basket came on a layup with 45 seconds left in the first half. Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury entered Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Sparks 14 points shy of the WNBA all-time scoring lead. She passed Tina Thompson's record of 7,488 points late in the first half, bringing the crowd in Los Angeles — including Kobe Bryant and his daughters — to its feet. Taurasi set the record about 40 minutes from her hometown of Chino, Calif., and one of the first to congratulate her was Candace Parker, making for a nice UConn-Tennessee moment. Taurasi is 35 and showing no signs of slowing, so she'll add to the record. "I think she is...