Inside the Box Score: September 7

Seattle 102, New York 78
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Seattle 77, New York 77
Rebound Percentage: Seattle .540, New York .459
Points Off Turnovers: Seattle 10, New York 11
Points in the Paint: Seattle 44, New York 30
2nd-Chance Points: Seattle 23, New York 13
Fast Break Points: Seattle 8, New York 5
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Seattle 132.5, New York 101.3
Effective FG%: Seattle .610, New York .460
Turnover Pct: Seattle .130, New York .104
Offensive Reb%: Seattle .367, New York .286
Free Throw Rate: Seattle .178, New York .120
Individual Plus/Minus:
Seattle: Clark +14 (75-61), Stewart +19 (86-67), Langhorne +10 (62-52), Loyd +23 (83-60), Bird +13 (77-64), Mosqueda-Lewis +9 (24-15), Tokashiki +8 (28-20), Quinn +11 (41-30), Thomas +10 (25-15), Bishop +1 (3-2), O’Hea +1 (3-2), Wright +1 (3-2)
New York: Allen -13 (44-57), Charles -11 (74-85), Swords -6 (45-51), Rodgers -1 (57-58), Boyd -16 (68-84), Cash -19 (15-34), Prince -17 (19-36), Zahui B. -23 (31-54), Zellous -14 (37-51)

Washington 118, Chicago 81
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Chicago 80, Washington 82
Rebound Percentage: Chicago .558, Washington .442
Points Off Turnovers: Chicago 9, Washington 10
Points in the Paint: Chicago 38, Washington 24
2nd-Chance Points: Chicago 19, Washington 19
Fast Break Points: Chicago 10, Washington 3
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Chicago 101.3, Washington 143.9
Effective FG%: Chicago .417, Washington .716
Turnover Pct: Chicago .113, Washington .110
Offensive Reb%: Chicago .375, Washington .259
Free Throw Rate: Chicago .131, Washington .162
Individual Plus/Minus:
Chicago: Young -2 (15-17), Delle Donne -5 (14-19), Boyette -17 (54-71), Pondexter -26 (51-77), Vandersloot -17 (58-75), Quigley -24 (57-81), Breland -16 (59-75), de Souza -20 (27-47), Faulkner -37 (31-68), dos Santos -21 (39-60)
Washington: Ruffin-Pratt +24 (76-52), Meesseman +21 (71-50), Dolson +21 (67-46), Hill +25 (79-54), Cloud +15 (63-48), Vaughn +23 (71-48), Copper +21 (60-39), Mitchell +24 (65-41), Malott +11 (38-27)

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