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Published on May 20th, 2018 | by Landon Buford


Dallas Wings Beat The Atlanta Dream 101 To 78 & Pick Up First Win Of The Season

Courtesy of the Dallas Wings

The Dallas Wings beat the Atlanta Dream by 23 points in a 101 to 78 victory at the College Park Center. Skylar Diggins-Smith led the way with 25 points, five rebounds, and two assists in 29 minutes. Center Liz Cambage had a great game tallying 21 points, Nine rebounds, and one assist in 28 minutes. Forward Karima Christmas notched a double-double with 15 points and ten rebounds while Kaela Davis added 15 points, five assists, and three rebounds. Rookie guard Allisha Gray would add five points, two assists, and rebounds.

As for as for Atlanta Dream guard Brittany Sykes had 14 points, seven rebounds, and three assists. Renee Montgomery scored 14 points adding four dimes and two assists. While guard Tiffany Hayes added 14 points, two assists, two rebounds. Small Forward Angel McCoughtry chipped in with three rebounds and one assist.

The Wings grab their first wins of the season at home after losing their first game of the season to the Phoenix Mercury 78- 86. The next game for the Wings will be in Minnesota against the reigning defending champions the Lynx.

The Atlanta Dream suffered their first loss of the 2018 season and will head to Chicago for a date with the Sky on Wednesday, May 23rd at the Allstate Arena. The Hype Magazine will keep you updated as the season progresses. We will be at the next home game covering the Dallas Wings as they take on Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart, and the rest of the Seattle Storm on June 2nd at the College Park Center.



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