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Wings Overseas Roundup - February 18

February 19, 2020 - Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) - Dallas Wings News Release

Arike Ogunbowale

Ogunbowale didn't show any rust after the two-week break as she helped OGM Ormanspor defeat Izmit Belediyespor 88-66 on Saturday. The Irish Idol dropped 23 points to go along with three assists in 34 minutes, giving her 17 20 or more point games overseas this season.

Megan Gustafson

Gustafson caused her opponents to fear the paint last week, totaling eight rejections in NKE-FCSM Csata's two victories. The Iowa Icon scored nine points and five rebounds to go along with four blocks in a 79-70 win over PEAC-Pecs and continued the block party with four more and a 17 point, 10 rebound double-double in a 77-73 victory at Miskolc.

Karlie Samuelson

Samuelson saw limited action after returning from playing for Great Britain, contributing a rebound in Perfumerias Avenida's 60-55 loss to Girona, just the Owls third loss on the season.

Kayla Thornton

Thornton dropped her 13 game of 20 or more points, and fourth in a row, netting 21 points against KEB Hanabank. However, the KB Stars were unable to shake off the rust after a two-week break and fell 74-66.

Isabelle Harrison

Harrison scored 20 or more points in back-to-back games for the first time since heading overseas, scoring 28 in a 73-70 loss at Allianz San Giovanni and 23 in a 77-70 loss to Costa Masnaga last week. The Volunteer Virtuoso also tacked on 13 rebounds in each game, giving her seven double-doubles since heading overseas.

Kristine Anigwe

Anigwe continues to rehab from injury after playing limited minutes for Great Britain.

Kaela Davis

Davis looked refreshed after two weeks off and a quick journey home, scoring 29 points to go along with four rebounds and three assists in an 83-73 victory at Hatay on Sunday. Davis has now scored over 100 points overseas and is averaging an impressive 23.2 points per game.

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