The Dallas Wings look for another victory as they take on the Seattle Storm Sunday afternoon.
This is the second time this season these two teams meet in College Park Center. The Wings (6-5) claimed victory the first go-around beating the Storm 94-90.
The Wings are coming off a hot 101-72 win against the Los Angeles Sparks in a game that limited lead scorer Skylar Diggins-Smith to six points, 11 assist after taking on multiple defenders all night.
Great team win tonight! The atmosphere was electric! Thanks to everyone that showed up tonight, it was LIT!
— Skylar Diggins-Smith (@SkyDigg4) June 23, 2018
Wings center Liz Cambage quickly drew a pair of fouls, pushing Coach Fred Williams to utilize more of All- Star forward Glory Johnson. Cambage fouled out late in the game against the Phoenix Mercury where a mixture of frustration and questionable officiating got the best of the Wings.
Cambage is absolutely a dominant force for the Wings and her ‘big-man’ presence on the court is a huge weapon for the team. The penalties should not be a big worry as of now, but moving forward it may become an area of focus for Cambage if the fouling remains consistent.
Three of their five home games have been double digit victories for the Wings, so keeping that momentum going will be key in this matchup.
The Wings will host the Storm at 3 p.m. Sunday in College Park Center.
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