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WNBA Finals Game 4 Notes

WNBA Finals Notes

Maya Moore entered tonight’s game as the Finals all-time leader in points scored and increased her total to 423. Seimone Augustus entered ranked No. 2 and increased her total to 348. Lindsay Whalen entered ranked No. 3 and extended her total to 278. Brunson entered ranked No. 6 and raised her total to 265.

Moore entered ranked No. 3 in offensive rebounds in Finals history and improved her total to 49.  Moore entered ranked No. 3 in defensive rebounds in Finals history and increased her total to 104. Moore entered ranked No. 3 in total rebounds and increased her total to 153.

Rebekkah Brunson and Lindsay Whalen, who entered Game 4 of The Finals already ranked No. 1 & No. 2 in Finals games played, respectively, upped their respective totals to 33 & 30.

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 873 & 810.

Moore entered the game ranked No. 1 in Finals field goals made and upped that total to 146. Augustus entered ranked 2nd and increased that figure to 142. Fowles entered ranked 3rd and increased her total to 112. Brunson entered ranked for 5th and raised her total to 104, moving into the No. 4 spot.

Sylvia Fowles entered ranked No. 2 in total blocks and increased that total to 28. Fowles entered ranked No. 2 in offensive and defensive rebounds and increased her totals to 61 & 119, respectively. Fowles entered No. 2 in total rebounds and increased her figure to 180.

Brunson entered the game ranked No. 1 in Finals total rebounds and increased that total to 202.

Whalen entered as the Finals all-time leader in assists with 112 and upped her total to 120.

WNBA Postseason Notes

Moore entered Game 4 of the Finals already ranked No. 3 in postseason points and raised her total to 1,045 & Whalen entered ranked No. 4 and upped her total to 927.

Moore entered the game tied for 1st in postseason field goals made and increased her total to 364, claiming sole possession of the No. 1 spot.

Brunson and Whalen entered tied for the top spot in games played and upped their total to 80 each.

Brunson entered as the all-time leader in personal fouls and extended her total to 211.