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MVP Moore Paces #TeamParker To Win In Brand-New Format

In front of her home crowd, Maya Moore claimed her third straight #WNBAAllStar MVP, going for 18 pts, 8 reb & 6 ast to pace #TeamParker to an electric 119-112 win over #TeamDelleDonne in Minnesota. The game featured an all-new format, in which team captains Candace Parker and Elena Delle Donne drafted teams from the pool of All-Stars. Next up: Las Vegas in 2019.

Game Recap
In addition to Moore’s big day, Allie Quigley added 18 pts, Skylar Diggins-Smith chipped in 17 and Liz Cambage (11 pts, 8 reb) finished with a dunk to punctuate Team Parker’s win. Kristi Toliver’s 23 led all scorers.
Moore Makes History At Home
Maya Moore joined Lisa Leslie as the only three-time MVP of the game and became the all-time scoring leader in All-Star history, passing Tamika Catchings’ mark of 108 points.
Bird’s Historic Run Continues
Sue Bird’s record-shattering season continued at All-Star, where she set a new mark for appearances (11) after becoming the WNBA’s all-time leader in assists (2,786) and games played (501) in the past year.
Quigley Captures 3PT Crown Again
Chicago’s Allie Quigley’s 29-point tiebreaker round set a new high for most points in a round — WNBA or NBA — as she took home her second straight #WNBA3POINT title in thrilling fashion.

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