Inside the Box Score: May 24

Atlanta 85, New York 79 (OT)
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Atlanta 99, New York 97
Rebound Percentage: Atlanta .540, New York .460
Points Off Turnovers: Atlanta 17, New York 20
Points in the Paint: Atlanta 28, New York 54
2nd-Chance Points: Atlanta 15, New York 11
Fast Break Points: Atlanta 14, New York 13
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Atlanta 85.9, New York 81.4
Effective FG%: Atlanta .336, New York .365
Turnover Pct: Atlanta .172, New York .165
Offensive Reb%: Atlanta .311, New York .231
Free Throw Rate: Atlanta .447, New York .157
Individual Plus/Minus:
Atlanta: McCoughtry +9 (58-49), Lyttle +9 (77-68), Williams +7 (78-71), Hayes +1 (74-73), Clarendon -4 (39-43), Holmes +7 (29-22), Cortijo +10 (48-38), Hollivay -4 (6-10), Gray 0 (2-2), Ajavon 0 (2-2), Simmons -4 (6-10), Burdick -1 (6-7)
New York: Rodgers -3 (70-73), Charles -6 (77-83), Swords -2 (38-40), Wright -2 (37-39), Harding +6 (41-35), Zellous -8 (32-40), Stokes -2 (41-43), Boyd -8 (28-36), Zahui B. -2 (2-4), Cash 0 (20-20), Schimmel -3 (9-12)

Los Angeles 93, Chicago 80
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Los Angeles 81, Chicago 82
Rebound Percentage: Los Angeles .474, Chicago .525
Points Off Turnovers: Los Angeles 23, Chicago 11
Points in the Paint: Los Angeles 40, Chicago 50
2nd-Chance Points: Los Angeles 8, Chicago 9
Fast Break Points: Los Angeles 13, Chicago 11
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Los Angeles 114.8, Chicago 97.6
Effective FG%: Los Angeles .515, Chicago .514
Turnover Pct: Los Angeles .099, Chicago .183
Offensive Reb%: Los Angeles .182, Chicago .233
Free Throw Rate: Los Angeles .400, Chicago .130
Individual Plus/Minus:
Los Angeles: Carson +12 (47-35), Ogwumike +9 (77-68), Parker +9 (70-61), Beard +12 (67-55), Toliver +12 (74-62), Belyakova -12 (20-32), Lavender +8 (39-31), Dabovic +3 (22-19), Wauters +6 (16-10), Gray +6 (33-27)
Chicago: Delle Donne -11 (69-80), Breland +3 (53-50), de Souza -22 (36-58), Pondexter -8 (38-46), Faulkner -5 (63-68), Quigley -13 (47-60), dos Santos -2 (21-23), Young -4 (57-61), Parker +2 (13-11), Laney -5 (3-8)

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