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Postgame Notes: WNBA Finals Game 2

WNBA Finals Notes

  • Sylvia Fowles posted 17 total rebounds and 14 defensive rebounds, the most in Finals history for each category.
  • Fowles posted her 5th double- double, tying her with Tamika Catchings and Rebekkah Brunson for most in Finals history.
  • Maya Moore entered today’s game as the Finals all-time leader in points scored and increased her total to 392. Seimone Augustus entered ranked No. 2 and increased her total to 338. Brunson entered ranked No. 8 and raised her total to 241, moving her into the No. 6 spot.
  • Moore entered ranked No. 3 in offensive rebounds in Finals history and improved her total to 46.  Moore entered ranked No. 2 in defensive rebounds in Finals history and increased her total to 96, breaking her tie for Tamika Catchings. Moore entered ranked No. 3 in total rebounds and increased her total to 142.
  • Rebekkah Brunson and Lindsay Whalen, who entered Game 2 of The Finals already ranked No. 1 & No. 2 in Finals games played, respectively, upped their respective totals to 31 & 28.
  • Brunson and Whalen entered Game 2 of The Finals already ranked No. 1 & No. 2 in Finals minutes played, and upped their respective totals to 819 & 770.
  • Augustus entered the game ranked No. 1 in Finals field goals made and upped that total to 138. Moore entered ranked 2nd and increased that figure to 135. Whalen entered ranked tied for 3rd and increased her total to 101, moving her into sole possession of third. Brunson entered ranked tied for 5th and raised her total to 97, moving her into sole possession of fourth.
  • Sylvia Fowles entered ranked No. 4 in Finals history in total blocks and increased that total to 24, moving her into the No. 3 spot.
  • Brunson entered the game ranked No. 1 in Finals total rebounds and increased that total to 187.
  • Whalen entered as the Finals all-time leader in assists with 109 and upped her total to 112.

WNBA Postseason Notes

  • Moore entered Game 2 of the Finals already ranked No. 3 in postseason points and raised her total to 1,014 & Whalen entered ranked No. 4 and upped her total to 923.
  • Moore entered the game ranked No. 3 in postseason field goals made and increased her total to 353, moving her into the No. 2 spot.
  • Brunson and Whalen entered tied for the top spot in games played and upped their total to 78 each.
  • Seimone Augustus and Maya Moore each played in their 52nd postseason game, moving into a multiplayer tie for the No. 9 spot.
  • Brunson entered the game tied with Lisa Leslie for the most personal fouls in postseason history at 202. She upped her total to 206, sole possession of the No. 1 spot.