The Seattle Storm (10-13) will travel to the College Park Center in Arlington, TX, to face the Dallas Wings (11-14) tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET.
The Storm are coming off a road loss to the Minnesota Lynx, who beat Seattle 93-82. In the loss, Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart led the way with 26 and 24 points, respectively. Sue Bird added 10 points as well, as the Storm look to sweep Dallas to end this season series.
The Wings have dropped two games straight, but will have a chance at redemption tonight and Sunday, in rematches between the teams that defeated them: the Storm and the Los Angeles Sparks. Aerial Powers led Dallas with a career-high 23 points in the loss to L.A. Allisha Gray tallied 16 on the night, and Skylar Diggins-Smith finished with 14 points.
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The Seattle Storm (10-12) look to slow down the streaking Minnesota Lynx (18-2) as they face-off tonight in the Xcel Energy Center.
After a 109-93 home victory over Dallas, Seattle looks to bring that offensive energy again tonight over the best team in the league. Jewell Loyd led the charge with 27 points, followed by Breanna Stewart with 20 points and 9 rebounds. Crystal Langhorne and Sue Bird also added 16 and 15 points, respectively.
Minnesota who has been hot throughout the season and is currently on a five-game win streak, doesn’t have any plans of slowing down. Led by Sylvia Fowles in their most recent victory over Atlanta, the Lynx are expecting the latter portion of this season to be much more physical as teams make their push for the playoffs. Fowles led all scorers Friday night with 29 points and also grabbed 8 rebounds. Maya Moore tallied 17 on the evening, and Seimone Augustus added 14 points and 10 assists in the victory.
Be sure to catch this game on NBATV at 7:00 p.m. ET.
The Dallas Wings (11-12) head to KeyArena tonight to face the Seattle Storm (9-12) in their second meeting of the season.
Dallas is coming off an 84-82 win over the Indiana Fever as they look to kick off a two-game road trip with another victory tonight. In Tuesday’s win, Skylar Diggins-Smith scored 21 points and Allisha Gray added 12. Battling to stay in the hunt for the playoffs, the Wings are currently ranked seventh in the league, and need all the wins they can get to stay in the race.
Seattle is also jockeying for that eighth and final playoff spot, as they prepare for a tough five-game road trip starting Sunday, against the dominant Minnesota Lynx. After dropping two games straight, including Tuesday’s loss to the Los Angeles Sparks, the Storm’s focus for the rest of the season is closing out games strong. Breanna Stewart scored 23 points in the 68-60 loss against Los Angeles. Jewell Loyd added 13 and Crystal Langhorne put up 12, and grabbed 10 rebounds as well.
Tune in tonight at 10:00 p.m. ET, on NBATV.