When Sylvia Fowles won 3,357 late recoveries in the first half of her Texas Lynx defeat in Hurricane Seattle on July 28, she became WNBA full-time leader in all revivals and Join a trio of elite players holding the league at all times.
Diana Taurasi became the all-time leader in points scored in July 2017. Two months later, that same year, Sue Bird – a Taurasi teammate at UConn and a close friend – asserted the position. head as the full-time leader of the tournament.
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Taurasi sat comfortably in the top position with 8,637 job points, with retired players Tina Thompson (7,488) and Tamika Catchings (7,380) in the top three. However, the only active player behind Taurasi is Candice Dupree (6,520), who is fifth after Cappie Pondexter recently retired (6,811). Therefore, the Taurasi scoring record is safe for the near future.
Center of Minnesota, Sylvia Fowles became the WNBA’s all-time reinstated on Tuesday night, when Lynx dropped 90-66 to Seattle’s storm in Bradenton, Florida.
Fowles, 34, opened the WNBA season on Sunday with 18 rebounds, leaving her with only seven records. She gained a seventh recovery with 3.9 seconds left in the second quarter due to Storm’s miss Breanna Stewart. That brought Fowles 3,357 rebounds for her career, starting in 2008 in Chicago after she was the Sylvia Fowles Rebound Queen Official T-Shirt 2nd draft overall picked out of LSU.
“It still feels surreal at the moment,” Fowles said after the Sylvia Fowles Rebound Queen Official T-Shirt game, “but I think I will have time for it to soak tomorrow and appreciate all the hard work I spent. in the last 13 [seasons]. ”
Fowles entered third on average 15.8 points and 9.8 rebounds in her career. She finished the game with 15 points and 11 rebounds, 165th career double, and 3,361 pounds. Of the top 10 all-time leagues in the league, Indiana’s Fowles, Candice Dupree (No. 8 at 2,947), and Candace Parker of Los Angeles (No. 9 at 2,704) are the only three players active this season.
Lynx Center, Sylvia Fowles reach for the ball in front of Chicago Sky Diamond DeShields defender during the first half of Thursday’s WNBA game in Bradenton, Fla.
“I know how incredible Rebekkah Brunson was when he recovered, so it was just a great moment for our franchise, with Rebekkah being an employee and being able to be here to take the lead, so I know Rebekkah is really proud of Sylvia Fowles who walked past her. ”
After going 3-1 to start the season, coach Lynx Cheryl Reeve had some impressions of the lingering stress. those seven days. Her team was resilient, able to return from bad roads, and a double-digit deficit. Rookies have been asked to do more than expected, and have gone through.
Oh, and this: This schedule will be a problem.
Season 22 games caused by viruses have a plus point. Every game is being held at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. So no trips, no late nights or early morning flights. And those 22 games are being played in 49 days. Seven weeks.
Lynx opened with four games in seven days. After three days of no match, they will start a six-day match in 11 days when they play their fourth match against New York.
We all do it, so it’s not an advantageous case anywhere, Dr. Reeve said. However, regarding what these players are going through, I think we are concerned that it is not physically sustainable. That is probably one of the biggest things I have after seven days is that we can continue to do what we have just done. It is just not possible.