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Postgame Notes: WNBA Finals Game 3

WNBA Finals Notes

  • Minnesota tallied eight points in the first quarter, tying them for fewest first quarter points in Finals history.
  • Both teams combined for 25 points in the first quarter. the third-fewest first quarter points in Finals history.
  • Sylvia Fowles entered ranked No. 3 in Finals history in total blocks and increased that total to 26, moving her into the No. 2 spot.
  • Rebekkah Brunson and Lindsay Whalen, who entered Game 3 of The Finals already ranked No. 1 & No. 2 in Finals games played, respectively, upped their respective totals to 32 & 29.
  • Brunson and Whalen entered Game 3 of The Finals already ranked No. 1 & No. 2 in Finals minutes played, and upped their respective totals to 839 & 782.
  • Maya Moore entered tonight’s game as the Finals all-time leader in points scored and increased her total to 408. Brunson entered ranked No. 6 and raised her total to 247. Fowles entered ranked No. 9 and increased her figure to 236.
  • Moore entered ranked No. 3 in defensive rebounds in Finals history and increased her total to 99. Moore entered ranked No. 3 in total rebounds and increased her total to 145.
  • Moore entered ranked No. 2 in Finals field goals made and increased that figure to 141, becoming the all-time leader. Brunson entered ranked tied for 4th and raised her total to 100. Fowles entered tied for the No. 5 spot and increased her total to 102, moving her into the No. 3 spot.
  • Brunson entered the game ranked No. 1 in Finals total rebounds and increased that total to 189.

WNBA Postseason Notes

  • Candace Parker entered Game 3 of the Finals already tied for third in postseason blocks and upped her total to 71, claiming sole possession of the No. 3 spot.
  • Moore entered Game 3 of the Finals already ranked No. 3 in postseason points and raised her total to 1,030.
  • Moore entered the game ranked No. 2 in postseason field goals made and increased her total to 359, moving her into a tie with Diana Taurasi for the No. 1 spot.
  • Brunson and Whalen entered tied for the top spot in games played and upped their total to 79 each.
  • Augustus and Moore each played in their 53rd postseason game, moving into a tie for the No. 8 with Vickie Johnson.
  • Brunson entered as the all-time leader in personal fouls and extended her total to 207.