Inside the Box Score: July 27

Minnesota 76, Connecticut 65
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Minnesota 75, Connecticut 73
Rebound Percentage: Minnesota .508, Connecticut .491
Points Off Turnovers: Minnesota 7, Connecticut 11
Points in the Paint: Minnesota 32, Connecticut 34
2nd-Chance Points: Minnesota 13, Connecticut 13
Fast Break Points: Minnesota 5, Connecticut 8
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Minnesota 101.3, Connecticut 89.0
Effective FG%: Minnesota .516, Connecticut .356
Turnover Pct: Minnesota .160, Connecticut .137
Offensive Reb%: Minnesota .290, Connecticut .273
Free Throw Rate: Minnesota .156, Connecticut .178
Individual Plus/Minus:
Minnesota: M.Moore +8 (62-54), Brunson +10 (53-43), McCarville +14 (58-44), Augustus +1 (51-50), Whalen +13 (52-39), White +11 (29-18), Wright 0 (28-28), Peters +3 (28-25), Dantas -5 (13-18), Liston 0 (6-6)
Connecticut: Thomas -7 (47-54), Ogwumike -4 (52-56), Bone -6 (56-62), Douglas -12 (54-66), Bentley -5 (41-46), Montgomery -10 (42-52), Pedersen -5 (11-16), Hoffman -7 (11-18), Faris +1 (11-10)

Washington 77, Atlanta 67
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Atlanta 77, Washington 77
Rebound Percentage: Atlanta .536, Washington .464
Points Off Turnovers: Atlanta 13, Washington 21
Points in the Paint: Atlanta 32, Washington 22
2nd-Chance Points: Atlanta 18, Washington 9
Fast Break Points: Atlanta 6, Washington 6
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Atlanta 87.0, Washington 100.0
Effective FG%: Atlanta .387, Washington .517
Turnover Pct: Atlanta .195, Washington .208
Offensive Reb%: Atlanta .341, Washington .269
Free Throw Rate: Atlanta .120, Washington .271
Individual Plus/Minus:
Atlanta: McCoughtry -7 (53-60), Lyttle +1 (62-61), de Souza -9 (54-63), Hayes -4 (54-58), Thomas -4 (24-28), Schimmel -10 (24-34), Henry -12 (18-30), Dumerc +3 (37-34), Ajavon -8 (9-17)
Washington: Currie +2 (48-46), Meesseman +6 (58-52), Vaughn +11 (48-37), Latta +15 (74-59), Hartley -6 (23-29), Lawson +10 (58-48), Ruffin-Pratt +9 (30-21), Dolson -1 (29-30), Hawkins +4 (19-15)

Tulsa 79, Chicago 69
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Chicago 74, Tulsa 75
Rebound Percentage: Chicago .471, Tulsa .529
Points Off Turnovers: Chicago 10, Tulsa 10
Points in the Paint: Chicago 36, Tulsa 32
2nd-Chance Points: Chicago 10, Tulsa 18
Fast Break Points: Chicago 8, Tulsa 26
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Chicago 93.2, Tulsa 105.3
Effective FG%: Chicago .403, Tulsa .429
Turnover Pct: Chicago .176, Tulsa .160
Offensive Reb%: Chicago .306, Tulsa .364
Free Throw Rate: Chicago .153, Tulsa .397
Individual Plus/Minus:
Chicago: Young -15 (29-44), Breland -16 (55-71), Fowles -1 (49-50), Prince -14 (63-77), Faulkner -1 (44-45), Quigley -7 (45-52), Brandon +6 (14-8), Clements +7 (26-19), Goodlett -9 (20-29)
Tulsa: Hodges -4 (44-48), Johnson +11 (75-64), Paris -7 (41-48), Sims +16 (77-61), Diggins +7 (68-61), Lacy +1 (6-5), Hooper +19 (46-27), Plaisance -3 (7-10), Goodrich -6 (2-8), Williams -2 (0-2), Baugh +18 (29-11)

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