Dallas Wings Overseas Weekly Roundup
The Dallas Wings are in full swing overseas. Currently six of eight players have started their 2018-19 campaign. Here's a look on how your Dallas Wings are doing across the way.
Cayla George - Melbourne Boomers
This week played in one contest, where she scored 13 points, grabbing six rebounds and stopping one shot. Her next game is scheduled for Nov. 5 against Bendigo in the WNBL.
Allisha Gray - Elitzur Ramla (Israel)
Started overseas action this week helping team Elitzur Ramla to a 1-0 record, knocking down 21 points with eight total boards and two steals. Her next game is scheduled for Oct. 29 against Ramat Hasharon
Glory Johnson - Hatay (Turkey)
Played two games this week with team Hatay. Combined for a total of 32 points (16 ppg) and 18 rebounds (9.0 rpg) for the week. Currently team Hatay carries a 2-1 record with their next game taking place this weekend against Canik Belediye.
Maggie Lucas - Landes (France)
Finished the week at 1-1 with team Landes, averaging 11.0 points per game and 2.5 assists per game and 3.5 rebounds per game. Has one game remaining in the month of October that is scheduled for Oct. 27 against Nantes. Will return to action following this coming Saturday's match on Nov. 10.
Leticia Romero - USK Prague (Czech Republic)
Went undefeated this week to go 2-0 and 5-0 overall. Combined for a total of 19 points, three assists, two steals and seven rebounds. Up next for Romero and USK Prague is MK Technic. They are scheduled to play this weekend (Oct. 27).
Azurá Stevens - Hebei (China)
Was named Dallas Wings player of the week for her outstanding performance. In the three games played she combined for 52 points and 32 rebounds. She also registered a total of six steals and six blocks. Will continue overseas action this weekend against Tianjin, Saturday, Oct. 27.
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