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WNBA Standings
 1 Connecticut S. 8-1 
 2 Washington M. 5-3 
 3 Chicago S. 4-2 
 4 Indiana F. 4-4 
 5 New York L. 3-5 
 6 Atlanta D. 1-5 
 1 Las Vegas Aces 4-3 
 2 Minnesota L. 4-3 
 3 Seattle S. 4-4 
 4 L.Angeles S. 3-4 
 5 Phoenix M. 2-4 
 6 Dallas W. 1-5 

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Phoenix M.
  Avg: 23.8
 1. Bonner Phoenix M.23.8 
 2. Howard Seattle S.19.6 
 3. McBride Las V18.0 
 4. Charles New Y17.9 
 5. Griner Phoenix M.17.7 
 6. Jones Connecticut17.2 
 7. Ogwumike L.Angeles16.3 
 8. Loyd Seattle S.15.9 
 9. Mitchell Indiana15.8 
 10. Nurse New York L.15.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Jonquel JONES
  Avg: 12
 1. Jones Connecticut12.0 
 2. Ogwumike L.Angeles9.7 
 3. Fowles Minnesota9.4 
 4. Howard Seattle S.9.2 
 5. Delle Donne Wash.8.6 
 6. Bonner Phoenix M.8.5 
 7. Charles New Y8.5 
 8. Thomas Connecticut8.3 
 9. Wilson Las V8.0 
 10. Griner Phoenix M.7.5 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 8.3
 1. Vandersloot Chicago8.3 
 2. Wheeler Indiana F6.0 
 3. Cloud Washington5.8 
 4. Boyd New York L.5.6 
 5. Toliver Washington5.5 
 6. Canada Seattle S.5.3 
 7. Gray L.Angeles S.5.0 
 8. Sims Minnesota L.4.5 
 9. Thomas Connecticut4.4 
 10. Hartley New Y4.2 
Steals Per Game
 Jordin CANADA
  Seattle S.
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Canada Seattle S.2.9 
 2. Laney Indiana F.2.0 
 3. Boyd New York L.2.0 
 4. Loyd Seattle S.1.9 
 5. Thomas Connecticut1.9 
 6. Howard Seattle S.1.9 
 7. Robinson Minnesota1.8 
 8. January Phoenix M1.8 
 9. Thomas Connecticut1.7 
 10. Toliver Washington1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Jonquel JONES
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Jones Connecticut2.7 
 2. Zahui New York L.2.4 
 3. Sanders Washington2.1 
 4. Williams Atlanta2.0 
 5. Parker Chicago S.1.7 
 6. McCowan Indiana F1.6 
 7. Wilson Las V1.6 
 8. Howard Seattle S.1.4 
 9. Harrison Dallas W1.4 
 10. Allen New York L.1.4 

Next Round Schedule

Round 9 (Regular Season)

New York 62%  Jun.22  Minn.L.
Dallas W.  Jun.22  Las Vegas 76%
Atlanta  Jun.21  Conn.S. 93%
Indiana  Jun.21  Chicago 56%
L.Angeles  Jun.21  Seattle 58%
Phoenix  Jun.20  Dallas W.
Wash.M. 52%  Jun.20  Las Vegas
Seattle Storm bury Indiana Fever with late-game surge - Jul 25, 2018

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Sue Bird
Fans had Bankers Life Fieldhouse rocking. On their feet, screaming and hollering, they had just watched the Indiana Fever claw back from a 21-point deficit to get within eight with 2 minutes left. Rookie star Kelsey Mitchell (5'8''-G-95, college: Ohio St.)'s three-point play appeared to have the Seattle Storm on their heels. But then the Storm's Sue Bird (5'9''-PG-80, college: Connecticut) nailed a 3-point dagger as only a 15-year vet who owns the league record for games played could. That started a 12-0 run during which the Fever missed four shots and committed a turnover. An 80-72 game ended as a 92-72 loss for the Fever. 'We didn't finish, we fizzled, and that's extremely disappointing in terms of where we are and what we need to do,' said Fever coach Pokey Chatman . 'I'm not talking about moral victories. I'm just talking about being responsible and finishing things at a higher level. We didn't, and we can't do that against any team in this league, let alone a team that's in first.' The WNBA-leading Storm improved to 19-7 while the last-place Fever dropped to 3-23 in both teams' last game before the All-Star break. Seattle's Breanna Stewart (6'4''-F-94, college: Connecticut) finished with a double-double, 26 points and 10 rebounds, and three teammates joined her in scoring double figures. Kelsey Mitchell finished with 26 points, too, but with a sprained ankle ending teammate Victoria Vivians (6'1''-G-94, college: Mississippi St.)' night early, the Fever struggled to space the floor and consistently threaten offensively. Indiana forward Candice Dupree (6'2''-F/C-84, college: Temple, agency: ProDep Management), who finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds, thought the Fever gave up in the final stretch after Bird's 3-pointer. 'We've got to be better,' Dupree said. 'Can't relax at the end … can't let that happen.' All game long the Fever were able to withstand impressive runs from the Storm and respond with surges. While the Storm pulled away at times and finished shooting better than 50 percent from the field and better than 40 percent from 3 -- compared to below 30 percent shooting from 3 and less than 35 percent shooting from the field for the Fever -- somehow Mitchell, Dupree or another Indiana player would shift momentum. Chatman said Mitchell's ability to keep the Fever in the game speaks volumes to her value. 'She's beginning to see the game and read it. It's slowing down in her mind even though it's a little bit faster,' Chatman said. 'When you haven't had a lot of success in the win column, it's difficult to keep people up, so that's a testament to her character.' Dupree said the Fever need to put together a complete, four-quarter performance. It's that type of effort Storm head coach Dan Hughes cited as the reason his squad pulled out the road victory. 'You have to give Indiana credit," Hughes said. "I thought that we could not separate from them. The score is really not indicative of how it went." No Indiana Fever players were selected for the All-Star game, but Mitchell will participate in the 3-point shooting contest.
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The Atlanta Dream have signed rookie guard Natisha Hiedeman (5'8''-G, college: Marquette) to take the roster spot Alex Bentley (5'7''-PG-90, college: Penn St.) has vacated while she fulfills her overseas commitments, playing for Belarus in the FIBA Women's Eurobasket in Serbia. A 5'8' guard out of Marquette, Hiedeman, the former Green Bay Southwest star, was the unanimous 2018-19 Big East Player of the Year and unanimous All-Big East First Team selection before becoming only the third Gol...   [read more]

Amanda Zahui
Zahui's 37-point game gives her Player of the Week award - 1 day ago
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