Postgame Notes: Atlanta 85, Indiana 78
Atlanta's record against Indiana moves to 27-24 all-time, 17-7 when playing in Atlanta and 2-1 this season.
The Dream started Aari McDonald, Courtney Williams, Tiffany Hayes, Monique Billings, and Elizabeth Williams for the second time this season.
Four players scored in double digits, led by Tiffany Hayes' 31 points. Courtney Williams and Candice Dupree each had 15, and Monique Billings had 11.
Tiffany Hayes finished with 31 points off 5 made three-pointers, adding on 6 rebounds, 3 assists and a block.
It marked her third career 30-point game and first of the season (previous: 32 at LA on 6/30/2016 and 34 at Indiana on 8/10/2019)
Recorded her 52nd career 20-point game and 8th of the season.
Her five made three's sets the Dream's season record.
Her 31 points ties the Dream's record for most points scored by a player this season, tying Courtney Williams' 31 at New York on May 29.
Courtney Williams finished with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks.
She recorded her 15th career double-double and 6th of the season.
Her 3 blocks marked a new career-high record, all three of which she recorded in the first half (previous: 2, 4 times).
Aari McDonald finished with 6 points, 6 assists and 4 steals.
Her 6 assists sets a new season-high record for her, surpassing a record (5) she tied in the Dream's last game - both of which she started.
She picked up four steals for the second time this season (previous: 8/15 at Phoenix).
Candice Dupree finished with 15 points - a new season-best for her and her fourth double-figure scoring game with the Dream this season.
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