Wings Overseas Roundup – Dec. 17

Arike Ogunbowale

Ogunbowale passed the 300-point scoring mark overseas in typical Arike fashion by netting 31 points, including going 12-13 from the free throw line, in less than 30 minutes. The Milwaukee Magician has averaged 25.4 points per game overseas and has now scored an incredible 330 points for OGM Ormanspor, by far the team’s leading scorer.

Imani McGee-Stafford

The Perth Lynx broke their four-game losing streak with a 68-66 win over the Melbourne Boomers as McGee-Stafford continues to round into from after missing over a month due to injury. The former Texas Longhorn contributed nine rebounds in limited minutes.

Megan Gustafson

Gustafson returns to play this week against CEKK Cegled after a week off. She dropped 20 points last week in a close 76-74 win at UNI Gyor, the fourth time she has scored 20 or more overseas this year.

Karlie Samuelson

In a rare single-game week for Pefumerias Avenidas, Samuelson went one of three from the field to keep her three-point streak alive in limited minutes. She is now averaging 10.4 points, 1.1 assists and 1.4 steals for the Owls, who continue to dominate European basketball, moving to an impressive 16-2 on the year, including a perfect 6-0 record in EuroCup play.

Kayla Thornton

An MVP frontrunner, Thornton put up one of the most impressive performances of her basketball career by dropping a 36 point and 20 rebound game in the KB Star’s 70-59 win at Blueminx, following it up with another double-double with 25 points and 13 rebounds against KEB Hanabank. The KB Stars continue to remain the favorites to defend their KBL title as they move to 10-2 on the year.

Glory Johnson

Johnson has averaged 11.8 points per game in her first four games for Dynamo Kursk, including a 28-point 15 rebound performance in a 92-86 win against Arka Gdynia on December 11. Kursk is 4-0 since Johnson joined them in early December and the team has averaged more than 87 points per game. In addition to her 11.8 points, Johnson has also averaged 11.5 rebounds over that stretch.

Isabelle Harrison

Harrison dropped a double-double with 13 points and 14 rebounds in a 57-46 win at Sicily By Car Palermo. The Tenacious Tennessee forward was an efficient 6-13 from the field and also had two steals in her debut for Virtus Segafredo Bologna.