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WNBA Update (Sept. 24)

Atlanta Dream
The Dream advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals with a 80-72 win over the Washington Mystics on Monday (Sept. 23). Former Lady Rebel Armintie Price-Herrington provided a huge lift off the bench. She scored 14 points and pulled down four rebounds to go along with four assists, three steals and one block. The Dream will play the Indiana Fever for a spot in the WNBA Finals.

Atlanta Dream Coverage

Los Angeles Sparks
The LA Sparks saw their season end on Monday with a 78-77 loss to the Phoenix Mercury at the Staples Center. Carol Ross' squad closes the season with a 24-10, 15-2 home record.

Ole Miss WNBA Update (Sept.23)

Los Angeles Sparks
After dropping the first game of the series on Thursday (Sept. 19), the Sparks rebounded and picked up a 82-73 road win in Phoenix on Saturday. The best-of-three series will be decided on Monday night at the Staples Center. The game will be played on ESPN2 at 10 p.m. (ET)

Atlanta Dream
The Dream dropped the first game of the series, but rebounded with a road win at Washington on Sunday to force the deciding Game 3. Arminitie Herrington came off the bench in both contests. She had 2 points in the first game of the series but rebounded with six points and seven rebounds in the road victory. Price-Herrington was named to the WNBA's All-Defensive First Team on Wednesday (Sept. 18). The Dream game will be played at 8 p.m. (ET) on NBATV.

WNBA.com Coverage

Ole Miss WNBA Update

Ole Miss WNBA Update (Sept. 16)

The WNBA regular-season concluded on Sunday (September 15) and with the playoffs starting on Thursday (Sept 20), Ole Miss has ties to two playoff series. Former Ole Miss player and head coach, Carol Ross will lead the Los Angeles Sparks into the conference semifinals against the Phoenix Mercury while former Lady Rebel Armintie Price-Herrington and her Atlanta Dream squad will open semifinal action against the Washington Mystics. Both series get underway on Thursday (Sept. 19).

Los Angeles Sparks
Carol Ross' squad met the same Mercury squad to close the regular season on Sunday (Sept. 15) taking an 89-55 win as the teams split the regular-season series, 2-2.  Los Angeles is the No. 2 seed and hold home court advantage over the No. 3 seeded Mercury. The Mercury beat the Sparks 97-81 in Phoenix on June 14, and added a 90-84 victory on July 18. L.A.'s other win in the series, 88-76, was in Phoenix on July 14. The series schedule is below:

Date                                      Matchup                                              Time
Thurs .Sept. 19                 Phoenix at Los Angeles                 10 p.m. (ET) - ESPN2
Sat. Sept. 21                      Los Angeles at Phoenix                 10 p.m. (ET) - NBATV
Mon., Sept. 23                  Phoenix at Los Angeles*               10 p.m. (ET) - ESPN2
*Game if necessary

 

Atlanta Dream
Atlanta closed the regular-season on Sunday with a loss to the San Antonio Silver Stars. The Dream opened the regular-season series going 3-0 against the Mystics but Washington won the last two meetings, including an 85-80 overtime win on the road on Aug. 28. The Dream are the No. 2 seed and will have home court advantage should the series go to a third game. Atlanta's Angel McCoughtry is averaging 22.0 points per game. Price-Herrington enters the playoffs averaging 7.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game but did not play in the regular-season finale with a shoulder injury. The Dream have reached the WNBA Finals two of the last three years and are making their fifth playoff appearance.   

Date                                      Matchup                                              Time
Thurs .Sept. 19                  Washington at Atlanta                   8 p.m. (ET) - ESPN2
Sat. Sept. 21                      Atlanta at Washington                   7 p.m. (ET) - NBATV
Mon., Sept. 23                  Washington at Atlanta*                 TBA - NBATV
*Game if necessary

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