GIQ WNBA Preview — Atlanta Dream at Connecticut Sun

by Frisco Del Rosario on November 16, 2014

The winner lands in fourth place in the East.

Atlanta, second in the league in scoring  at 83 points per game, falls off to 70 per game on the road, while Connecticut allows the fewest points off all. 

However, Atlanta’s one road win was in Connecticut two weeks ago. Since then, the Sun have won two at home, including a 30-point revenge win against Chicago.

Connecticut, one of the league’s worst shooting teams, has improved to .433 in two home wins (winning by 43 combined). The Sun have had five days of rest, while the Dream are playing back-to-back. Last time the Dream played home-and-away, they gave up 25 turnovers in a loss at Washington.

At home, the Sun have totaled according to the habits of the visitors: under with the Stars, over with the Sky, under with the Liberty. The Dream are mostly an over team, except on the road, but at Mohegan last year, these teams hit 360 in two games.

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