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Here’s a league look at the most fictional news and notes for all 12 teams:
junior goalkeeper Kristi Wallace He’s played very well with Dream over the last four games. It averaged 11.5 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 2.5 APG and 1.5 SPG at 27.3 mpg. The only other Dream player to average more MPG than Wallace during this time frame is Ryan Howard (28.4). Wallace is available on 95% of ESPN consortia.
Heaven got a huge performance from Courtney Vanderslot against the Phoenix Mercury Tuesday night. This is the third time this season that she has scored 10 or more points in the fourth quarter. No other Sky player has delivered such a performance. Vandersloot scored 30 or more fantasy points in three consecutive games.
with Jasmine Thomas Off the season due to a rupture in the AFC Champions League, the role of Natisha Hedman increased. Over the last four games, it averaged 11 PPG, 2.0 RPG, 3.5 APG and 1.3 SPG at 25.3 mpg. Hiedeman is still available in 85% of leagues. Jonquil Jones She has performed poorly over the last three games when compared to the average pre-season draft position. It averages just 23.6 fantasy points per game and 25 minutes per game. This is something to watch.
Sato Sabali He missed the first five games of the season due to playing abroad. as a start against Los Angeles Sparks On Tuesday, she moved from the bench to the starting line-up, where she is expected to remain for the rest of the season. Sabally averaged 26 fantasy points per game and 26 mpg over the last two games. It is still available in 22% of leagues.
Emily Engstler I’ve already been into Fever in the last three games, having scored 30 or more Fantasy Points in two of those games. It has the ability to contribute in multiple statistical areas. The Engstler averaged 10 PPG, 9.3 RPG, 2.3 APG, 1.0 SPG and 2.7 BPG at 28.4 mpg. The only players who played more minutes than Engstler during that time period were Victoria Viviens (32.3) and Kelsey Mitchell (34.0). Rookie is available in 58.7% of leagues.
Your fantasy team would probably be pretty good if you had Aja WilsonAnd the Jacky YoungAnd the Kelsey BloomAnd the Chelsea Gray or Derica Hampi on him. With 20 points and 10 rebounds on Tuesday, Wilson played her 29th game against the Sun. This is the largest number of WNBA players since Wilson entered the league again in 2018. Meanwhile, Young played her fourth game this season with 20 points or more. Aces leads the league in PPG (91.8), RPG (37.5) and 3 percentage points (37.8%). Don’t trade your Aces.
Katie Lou Samuelson He’s been fantastic over the last four Sparks games. It averaged 15.5 PPG, 2.0 RPG, 1.8 APG and 1.3 SPG at 32.2 mpg. Samuelson is still available in 84.6% of leagues. Currently, it’s thriving and should continue to get plenty of playtime and deliver to fantasy managers.
Moriah Jefferson It was a great start after Lynx acquired it from The Wings in mid-May. Unfortunately, I’ve been out indefinitely with a strain of my left thigh muscle. Rachel Benham (available in 99% of periodicals) Take advantage of Jefferson’s absence. Natalie Ashunwa He also stays out indefinitely with a hamstring injury. as a result of Jessica Shepherd It will continue to thrive. Shepard has averaged 24.6 fantasy points per game this season.
Han ShuoThe percentage of the players list continues to rise, but it is still present in 86.2% of the leagues. She continues to thrive on the bench and can easily be considered one of Liberty’s best players this season. So far, Xu has scored 20 or more Fantasy points in four of her five appearances. We consider strikers and centers very valuable in the game of fantasy basketball. Feel free to add Xu.
something in my hand He returned to the fold for Mercury against Sky on Tuesday night, playing just 14 minutes after going into COVID-19 protocols. Over the course of its previous six games, it has averaged 10 PPG, 2.5 RPG, 3.2 APG and 1.3 SPG at 25 MPG. Peddy is still available in 94% of leagues. She can repeat these numbers in every game once her conditioning is improved.
We mentioned it last week Gabe Williams In this column, we are not finished. In her last two games, she’s averaged 24.5 fantasy points and 32.5 minutes per game. Williams’ 29.3 FG% is clearly a field of opportunity, but it also collects other counting stats for fantasy managers. As Williams’ shot improves, it can make the difference to your fantasy team. It’s available in 76% of journals.
Kennedy Burke It averaged 23.7 mpg in the last four games. Elena Delle Donne (27.7), Ariel Atkins (29.8) and Natasha Cloud (31.7) They are the only mystics who have more. Burke (available in 96% of leagues) also earned an average of 21 Fantasy Points per game over this last period. as such Alisha Clark Remaining away from the team due to COVID-19 protocols, Burke must continue to provide minutes.