Dallas Wings International Update
Ogunbowale and Dynamo Kursk resume play on November 22.
Gustafson and AZS Gorzow fell in their only game last week to Lublin 81-59, just the second time the team has lost with the Iowa Icon on the floor. Gustafson came just one short of her second straight double-double, tallying nine points and 10 rebounds.
Katie Lou Samuelson
Samuelson and Perfumerias Avenidas continued to roll as they defeated Gernika 92-70, pushing them to 9-0 on the year. The Hellacious Husky dropped 18 points to go along with her three rebounds, including hitting four shots from beyond the arc, and she is now averaging 14.9 points since heading overseas.
Sabally dropped her third 20+ point scoring performance of the international season in a dominating 110-54 victory over Canik. The Outstanding Oregonian missed just five of her 12 shots and grabbed five rebounds to go along with her four assists, four steals and a block, all without committing a single turnover and in only 21 minutes of playing time.
Harris continues to play every minute of her games as she dropped 27 points in Kayseri's 96-82 loss at Cukurova. Harris went four-for-seven from beyond the arc and was a perfect three of three from the free throw line to give the Gallant Gamecock her fifth 20-point scoring performance overseas. The Superb South Carolinian also dished out six assists and snagged four rebounds.
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