Angel Reese Unlocks New Nickname After Making WNBA History - Athlon Sports

As she shattered the WNBA rookie double-double record, Angel Reese had a memorable evening. Her play contributed to Chicago Sky’s 83-72 victory over the Dallas Wings. The Los Angeles Sparks were soundly defeated by the New York Liberty, led by Sabrina Ionescu. Six players scored in double digits during the contest, including her, who finished with a season-high 31 points.

In an 83-72 victory over the Dallas Wings, Angel Reese broke the record for the most consecutive double-doubles by a rookie in the Women’s National Basketball Association.
In order to record her sixth consecutive double-double and help her team snap a four-game losing streak, the 22-year-old finished with 16 points and 18 rebounds.
With an incredible 12 in a row, Candace Parker currently holds the record for the most consecutive double-doubles in WNBA history.

With a record of five victories and nine losses, the Indiana Fever, captained by Reese’s college rival Caitlin Clark, will now welcome the Sky back to Wintrust Arena.
The Wings are facing the Washington Mystics and have not won in nine games.
Reese exclaimed, “It’s really exciting for myself.” “I try to give myself some grace and tell myself I’m doing a good job, but I have so much more to grow, and I’m just excited to be in this league.”

Angel Reese sets WNBA rookie record for double-doubles

“I adore Sylvia [Fowles]. During my time at LSU, she was a wonderful mentor and friend to me. I know she will be very pleased of me for being able to maintain that contact with her at LSU.”
In other action on Thursday night, Sabrina Ionescu led the New York Liberty to a commanding 93-80 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks with a season-high 31 points.

Although six players scored in double digits, Ionescu took the lead with six three-pointers and nine assists to round up an incredible performance.
New York is currently 13-3 ahead of their next matchup with the Sparks, while Los Angeles is 4-12 following yet another setback.
This Saturday night’s matchup airs live on TNT Sports 4 and discovery+ at 8 p.m. BST.

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