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Postgame Notes: Connecticut 84, Atlanta 64

September 19, 2021 - Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) - Atlanta Dream News Release


Courtney Williams finished in double-digits for the 26th time this season with 18 points.

Monique Billings finished in double-digits for the 12th time this season with 14 points.

Seven of those double-figure outings came since joining starting lineup on August 24 against Chicago.

Shekinna Stricklen pulled down a season-best 5 boards (previous: 3 at MIN 6/6).

Blake Dietrick earned her first block of the season at the end of the third quarter.


Connecticut totaled only two points off turnovers, tying the fewest the Dream have given up this season (last: 2 at Indiana 5/21)



Atlanta finishes their season with an 8-24 record.

The team's .250 winning percentage ranks 12th in franchise history, Atlanta's 8 wins are tied for the 11th-most with the team's 8-26 record in 2019.

Atlanta set franchise records with a 1.579 assist-to-turnover ratio (559 assists, 354 turnovers), 11.063 turnovers per game, 73.5 field goals attempted per game,

The Dream's 19.75 three-pointers attempted per game ranks second in franchise history.

Individual - Career

Courtney Williams' All-Star year wrapped with career-best numbers across the board with 16.5 points per game, 4.0 assists per game, 5.4 defensive rebounds per game and an average of 34.4 minutes played.

Tiffany Hayes finished with a career-best 1.6 steals per game, 3.0 assists per game and a 40.5 shooting percentage from the three-point arc.

Monique Billings finished with a career-best 1.0 blocks per game, 2.8 offensive rebounds per game, 1.2 steals per game and a 49.5 shooting percentage.

Elizabeth Williams shot 51.6% from the field, her third season shooting over 50%. She also tied her career-high record of 1.1 steals per game in 2021.

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