July 21, 2015
G // Connecticut
Years Pro: 13 WNBA.com Bio | Stats
July 17-19, 2015
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F/C // Tulsa
Years Pro: 2WNBA.com Bio | Stats
Baugh played in three games from July 15-19. In the losses to San Antonio and Indiana, she scored seven points each time and combined for 13 rebounds and two assists.
F // Atlanta
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Burdick continues to play at least 20 minutes a game this season for the Dream. In the loss to Seattle, she tallied four points, two blocks, and assist and grabbed four rebounds.
F // Indiana
Years Pro: 15WNBA.com Bio | Stats
Catchings suffered her first loss in seven games to Washington. In a close game vs. Tulsa, she tallied 11 points, two blocks, two assists, and 11 rebounds for fourth double-double.
F // Tulsa
Years Pro: 4WNBA.com Bio | Stats
Johnson remains on the Tulsa Shock roster but is expected to sit out the season.
G // Washington
Years Pro: 13WNBA.com Bio | Stats
Lawson had a standout game in the win over Connecticut playing 27 minutes and scoring 24 points. In that same effort, she added five assists, three rebounds and a steal.
F/C // Los Angeles
Years Pro: 8WNBA.com Bio | Stats
Two-time MVP Parker remains an active part of the Los Angeles Sparks but will sit out a portion of the WNBA season to get her body back to 100 percent after playing overseas in Russia.
G/F // Connecticut
Through the season, Stricklen is averaging 20.4 minutes per game and 8.2 points per game. She played 24 minutes in the loss at Washington but scored a new season-high 19 points to go with four rebounds and an assist.
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