ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Brianna Stewart scored 32 points and made two free throws with 6.7 seconds remaining and the Seattle Storm beat the Dallas Wings 89-88 on Friday night.
Stewart, who leads the league with a 20.2 point scoring average, made 12 of 22 shots with three 3-pointers and grabbed 11 rebounds for Seattle (7-5). The Storm clinched their first win on the road in their third attempt of the season. Jewell Loyd also hit three 3s and had 18 with five assists. Ezi Magbegor had 13 points and two blocks.
Arike Ogunbowale finished with 23 points and six assists to beat Dallas (6-6), who fell to 1-3 at home. Isabelle Harrison scored 19 goals and grabbed six rebounds. Allisha Gray added 12 points.
Dallas freshman Center Awak Kuier was the first player to dunk this seasonsteals the ball in half and finishes at the 4:09 mark to put the Wings at 16-10.
Dallas was 66-59 heading into the last quarter but fought back to take a 74-73 lead over Ogunbowale’s basket with 5-18 to go. Stewart’s three-point game by 40.7 seconds put the Storm at 86-85.
Ogunbowale’s three-point game with 12.9 seconds to go gave the Wings the final lead. Stewart followed with her free throws and Ogunbowale missed a 3-pointer on the last shot of the game.
https://www.king5.com/article/sports/stewart-scores-32-leads-storm-past-wings-89-88/281-4ad1bab0-0c58-4373-a37f-6006c5e61146 Stewart scores 32, leads Storm past Wings 89-88