Inside the Box Score: May 30

Washington 68, New York 60
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: New York 72, Washington 73
Rebound Percentage: New York .385, Washington .615
Points Off Turnovers: New York 15, Washington 11
Points in the Paint: New York 26, Washington 36
2nd-Chance Points: New York 5, Washington 17
Fast Break Points: New York 2, Washington 6
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: New York 83.3, Washington 93.2
Effective FG%: New York .450, Washington .441
Turnover Pct: New York .181, Washington .219
Offensive Reb%: New York .152, Washington .382
Free Throw Rate: New York .100, Washington .118
Individual Plus/Minus:
New York: Carson -4 (26-30), Pierson -9 (31-40), Charles -8 (50-58), Pondexter -5 (51-56), Cruz -9 (55-64), Montgomery -3 (36-39), Milton-Jones +3 (33-30), Rodgers -3 (12-15), McKinney -2 (6-8), Jeffery 0 (0-0)
Washington: Milovanovic +11 (50-39), Meesseman +13 (50-37), Vaughn -1 (37-38), Ruffin-Pratt +7 (38-31), Latta +10 (45-35), Lawson +3 (40-37), Currie -3 (18-21), Dolson +6 (28-22), Hartley -1 (16-17), Hawkins -5 (18-23)

Atlanta 80, Seattle 69
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Seattle 77, Atlanta 77
Rebound Percentage: Seattle .470, Atlanta .530
Points Off Turnovers: Seattle 16, Atlanta 26
Points in the Paint: Seattle 30, Atlanta 38
2nd-Chance Points: Seattle 9, Atlanta 4
Fast Break Points: Seattle 5, Atlanta 15
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Seattle 89.6, Atlanta 103.9
Effective FG%: Seattle .483, Atlanta .516
Turnover Pct: Seattle .260, Atlanta .221
Offensive Reb%: Seattle .273, Atlanta .333
Free Throw Rate: Seattle .183, Atlanta .279
Individual Plus/Minus:
Seattle: Clark -3 (31-34), Langhorne -9 (59-68), Little 0 (52-52), Wright -10 (38-48), Bird -11 (53-64), Stricklen -5 (31-36), Johnson -7 (42-49), Robinson -3 (14-17), Powell -10 (13-23), Quinn +3 (12-9)
Atlanta: McCoughtry +15 (74-59), Lyttle +16 (71-55), de Souza -2 (48-50), Hayes +20 (73-53), Thomas +5 (50-45), Thompson +6 (33-27), Schimmel +4 (40-36), Henry +2 (8-6), Cash -5 (1-6), Ajavon -6 (2-8)

Minnesota 88, San Antonio 72
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: San Antonio 76, Minnesota 77
Rebound Percentage: San Antonio .489, Minnesota .511
Points Off Turnovers: San Antonio 5, Minnesota 30
Points in the Paint: San Antonio 16, Minnesota 40
2nd-Chance Points: San Antonio 8, Minnesota 12
Fast Break Points: San Antonio 5, Minnesota 15
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: San Antonio 94.7, Minnesota 114.3
Effective FG%: San Antonio .516, Minnesota .530
Turnover Pct: San Antonio .250, Minnesota .143
Offensive Reb%: San Antonio .278, Minnesota .300
Free Throw Rate: San Antonio .129, Minnesota .273
Individual Plus/Minus:
San Antonio: McBride -5 (50-55), Young-Malcolm -13 (34-47), Appel -12 (46-58), Hammon -14 (46-60), Robinson -18 (49-67), Perkins -4 (46-50), Adams +7 (43-36), Christon -9 (27-36), Alexander -7 (18-25), Butler -5 (1-6)
Minnesota: M.Moore +14 (77-63), Dantas +27 (75-48), McCarville +7 (64-57), Augustus +8 (68-60), Whalen +12 (68-56), White +3 (37-34), L.Moore +4 (28-24), Peters -3 (4-7), Taylor +6 (16-10), Liston +2 (3-1)

Chicago 101, Connecticut 82
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Connecticut 82, Chicago 80
Rebound Percentage: Connecticut .505, Chicago .494
Points Off Turnovers: Connecticut 8, Chicago 13
Points in the Paint: Connecticut 48, Chicago 40
2nd-Chance Points: Connecticut 20, Chicago 22
Fast Break Points: Connecticut 7, Chicago 11
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Connecticut 100.0, Chicago 126.3
Effective FG%: Connecticut .410, Chicago .561
Turnover Pct: Connecticut .134, Chicago .125
Offensive Reb%: Connecticut .400, Chicago .389
Free Throw Rate: Connecticut .231, Chicago .243
Individual Plus/Minus:
Connecticut: Douglas -14 (42-56), Griffin -14 (25-39), Ogwumike -15 (67-82), Hightower -21 (47-68), Bentley -19 (69-88), Bone -14 (58-72), Thomas -15 (44-59), McCray +7 (24-17), Montgomery 0 (13-13), Pedersen +5 (14-9), Faris +5 (7-2)
Chicago: Delle Donne +21 (82-61), Breland +28 (80-52), Goodlett +17 (51-34), Young -1 (46-47), Vandersloot +21 (73-52), Gatling -1 (40-41), Quigley +13 (52-39), Clements +4 (36-32), Faulkner -2 (28-30), Brandon -5 (17-22)

Phoenix 100, Tulsa 78
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Tulsa 81, Phoenix 80
Rebound Percentage: Tulsa .441, Phoenix .559
Points Off Turnovers: Tulsa 13, Phoenix 33
Points in the Paint: Tulsa 22, Phoenix 24
2nd-Chance Points: Tulsa 11, Phoenix 12
Fast Break Points: Tulsa 5, Phoenix 22
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Tulsa 96.3, Phoenix 125.0
Effective FG%: Tulsa .523, Phoenix .611
Turnover Pct: Tulsa .235, Phoenix .213
Offensive Reb%: Tulsa .242, Phoenix .360
Free Throw Rate: Tulsa .136, Phoenix .630
Individual Plus/Minus:
Tulsa: Hodges 0 (57-57), Johnson -20 (48-68), Paris -17 (44-61), Sims -10 (12-22), Diggins -9 (70-79), Lacy -13 (17-30), Baugh -3 (10-13), Williams -14 (66-80), Hooper -18 (34-52), Plaisance +5 (24-19), Goodrich -11 (8-19)
Phoenix: Bonner 0 (52-52), Dupree +18 (51-33), Griner +16 (57-41), Taurasi +8 (50-42), Phillips +30 (63-33), Bass +9 (51-42), Taylor 0 (44-44), Murphy +25 (48-23), Kobryn +5 (32-27), Jekabsone-Zogota +9 (40-31), Bias -10 (12-22)

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