Inside the Box Score: May 28

Connecticut 97, Chicago 79
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Connecticut 84, Chicago 85
Rebound Percentage: Connecticut .581, Chicago .418
Points Off Turnovers: Connecticut 18, Chicago 9
Points in the Paint: Connecticut 40, Chicago 36
2nd-Chance Points: Connecticut 25, Chicago 10
Fast Break Points: Connecticut 8, Chicago 4
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Connecticut 115.5, Chicago 92.9
Effective FG%: Connecticut .411, Chicago .429
Turnover Pct: Connecticut .083, Chicago .129
Offensive Reb%: Connecticut .349, Chicago .186
Free Throw Rate: Connecticut .333, Chicago .271
Individual Plus/Minus:
Connecticut: A.Thomas +17 (85-68), Tuck +1 (39-38), J.Jones +12 (69-57), Bentley +18 (83-65), J.Thomas +5 (49-44), Kizer +15 (67-52), Banham +3 (23-20), Williams +10 (39-29), Stricklen +7 (27-20), Adams +2 (4-2)
Chicago: Quigley -7 (67-74), Young -12 (69-81), Dolson +1 (35-34), Pondexter -19 (69-88), Vandersloot -3 (19-22), Boyette -7 (24-31), Breland -19 (48-67), Parker -19 (27-46), Harris -3 (11-14), Hampton -3 (6-9), Copper +1 (20-19), Epps 0 (0-0)

Seattle 94, Indiana 70
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Indiana 79, Seattle 80
Rebound Percentage: Indiana .492, Seattle .507
Points Off Turnovers: Indiana 23, Seattle 16
Points in the Paint: Indiana 30, Seattle 42
2nd-Chance Points: Indiana 12, Seattle 4
Fast Break Points: Indiana 6, Seattle 6
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Indiana 88.6, Seattle 117.5
Effective FG%: Indiana .468, Seattle .684
Turnover Pct: Indiana .253, Seattle .213
Offensive Reb%: Indiana .207, Seattle .222
Free Throw Rate: Indiana .194, Seattle .281
Individual Plus/Minus:
Indiana: Coleman -13 (28-41), Dupree -9 (46-55), Larkins -14 (32-46), Johnson -17 (13-30), January -11 (34-45), Mitchell -10 (47-57), Wheeler -13 (36-49), Gwathmey -4 (22-26), Achonwa -8 (30-38), McCall -15 (24-39), Pohlen-Mavunga -4 (30-34), Colhado -2 (8-10)
Seattle: Clark +13 (63-50), Stewart +19 (71-52), Langhorne +18 (56-38), Loyd +19 (65-46), Bird +19 (59-40), Tokashiki +9 (35-26), Quinn +8 (42-34), Whitcomb +13 (43-30), Swords +3 (21-18), Peterson 0 (10-10), Montgomery -1 (5-6)

Minnesota 80, San Antonio 66
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: San Antonio 76, Minnesota 77
Rebound Percentage: San Antonio .438, Minnesota .562
Points Off Turnovers: San Antonio 6, Minnesota 30
Points in the Paint: San Antonio 22, Minnesota 38
2nd-Chance Points: San Antonio 10, Minnesota 13
Fast Break Points: San Antonio 11, Minnesota 6
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: San Antonio 86.8, Minnesota 103.9
Effective FG%: San Antonio .509, Minnesota .466
Turnover Pct: San Antonio .329, Minnesota .117
Offensive Reb%: San Antonio .227, Minnesota .351
Free Throw Rate: San Antonio .182, Minnesota .149
Individual Plus/Minus:
San Antonio: Montgomery -7 (28-35), Harrison -7 (43-50), de Souza -1 (19-20), McBride +5 (62-57), Jefferson +1 (58-57), Currie -17 (42-59), Alexander -9 (42-51), Hamby +2 (24-22), Plum -9 (8-17), Holmes -9 (0-9), Coffey -13 (4-17), Colson -6 (0-6)
Minnesota: Moore +11 (55-44), Brunson +9 (45-36), Fowles +9 (45-36), Augustus +17 (52-35), Whalen +3 (39-36), Howard +5 (35-30), Montgomery +11 (41-30), Perkins +12 (47-35), Pierson +16 (31-15), Fagbenle -12 (6-18), Jones -11 (4-15)

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