When a rival does something heinous, ignorant or just inevitably cynical, it's tempting to (try to) take advantage.

So when Facebook announced last week that WhatsApp users either had to agree that the app would share more of their data with Facebook by February 8 or be excommunicated from WhatsApp, Microsoft couldn't help itself.

It turned the act in a slide deck and faxed it to Reuters on Thursday.

The slide says, "Say Hello to Microsoft Skype," and it breaks the ask in half. It says that to maintain the WhatsApp sync. It also names six apps that Skype could build integrations with.

Microsoft says it is working with Snapchat, Voice over IP or Skype Direct, but "no Skype client integrated with Facebook."

Finishing the slide, it said that each Skype customer will be receiving a love letter from the Microsoft Xbox team, including a Gears of War promotion.

We think it was just a clever way to promote WhatsApp when the app was down worldwide for so most of the day on Thursday.

If anyone has information about the source or sender of the slides, please let us know @MSPoweruser.

Toronto Lynx point guard Kim Johnson and Marquette University forward Monica Wright spent some time in Kansas City on Thursday and will head to Boston for a Summer League game on Friday afternoon against the NBDL's Boston Fury.

ESPN.com's Andrew Sharp has your first look at the 2015 Lynx, Game 1 ticket package and more. While there you can snag souvenirs from Johnson and Wright, as well as a 2011 Lynx championship ring in the Johnson's possession. Also in the gallery are two photos of Wright capturing that signature fadeaway on a 3-pointer.

Johnson and Wright will play and practice with the Lynx on Friday night in Omaha, Neb. You can watch the pre-game show on ESPN 730.8/2 or you can listen to the action in the background here or on the Lynx mobile app.

Here are some other storylines for Friday's game between the Lynx and Fury, including the surging Pistol Pete Lynch and the Fargo-based Foxport Warriors prospect Ethan Backman.

It's Summer League play at Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Ind., under the lights.

Prices don't come cheap. Access to them at a discount price. My, how things have changed in the creation of $5-drink Majors. Not to mention enjoying the Summer League attendance slate isn't a complete risk-free endeavor.

Included in the pricing goes to another item: The doors to the Wooden Center opening to the general public. Those, too, are usually a mad dash.

Not this time around.

The 15,000-furn