Connecticut Sun (9-6) At Seattle Storm (11-5)
Sunday, July 1st, 7:00 p.m. ET
Watch live on NBC Sports Boston
Last Game: The Connecticut Sun defeated the Indiana Fever 101-89 at Mohegan Sun Arena on Wednesday, June 27th. The Seattle Storm won 81-72 at home over the Los Angeles Sparks on Thursday, June 28th.
Inside The Matchup:
- Connecticut is 0-1 against Seattle this season.
- The Sun fell 103-92 to the Storm at KeyArena back on June 15th.
- Chiney Ogwumike (30 points, four rebounds, two assists), Jasmine Thomas (29 points, six assists, five rebounds) and Jonquel Jones (10 points, eight rebounds, two assists) led the Sun in the loss.
- Ogwumike’s 30 points was a career-high, while Jasmine Thomas’ 29 points tied her career-best.
- Natasha Howard (25 points, five rebounds), Breanna Stewart (23 points, nine rebounds, four assists) and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis (18 points, two rebounds) led the Storm in the win.
- Connecticut leads the WNBA in scoring average (88.9) and rebounding average (37.13), ranks third in both shooting percentage (.459) and assist average (19.27) and fourth in three-point percentage (.355).
- The Sun had five players finish in double-figure scoring in the win over the Fever.
- Jones finished with a season-high 21 points on a career-high five made threes against Indiana.
- Ogwumike leads the league in shooting percentage (.630).
- Seattle leads the WNBA in assist average (20.94) and ranks second in both scoring average (87.4) and shooting percentage (.468).
- Stewart leads the league in scoring average (22.6).
- Sue Bird is second in the WNBA in assists (6.9 per game).
- Howard ranks fourth in the league in shooting percentage (.580).
- Mosqueda-Lewis is currently third in the WNBA in three-point percentage (.463).
Next Game: The Connecticut Sun will be in action next on Tuesday, July 3rd against the Los Angeles Sparks at 10:30 p.m. ET. For more details, visit connecticutsun.com.