The Irish Icon topped her impressive two games last week by dropping 30 or more points twice in back to back games last week. She scored 31 in an 83-59 Eurocup win over Olympiacos before netting 34 in a close 80-75 loss to Fenerbahce. Ogunbowale has surpassed the 30 point plateau fives times now and her efforts were rewarded with a Eurocup MVP of the Week honor.
— EuroCup Women (@EuroCupWomen) February 3, 2020
Gustafson returns to action on February 12 versus PEAC-Pecs.
✌🏼America! Time to go back and finish out my first year as a pro overseas. 🇭🇺🏀
— Megan Gustafson (@GustafsonMeg10) February 3, 2020
Samuelson and the Owls moved to an incredible 23-2 with two wins last week, including an 80-67 victory over Artego BYDG in the Eurocup playoffs, moving them to 8-0 in Eurocup play. Perfumerias followed that win with a 96-52 win over Zamarat to push its win streak to 15. Samuelson contributed with five points, two rebounds and assists across both games in limited minutes. Samuelson will join Kristine Anigwe in Serbia and the rest of the Great Britain basketball for Olympic qualifying.
— GB Basketball (@gbbasketball) February 4, 2020
Thornton and the Stars return to play on February 16 against KEB Hanabank.
Harrison had her second 30-point game of the season with a 32-point performance at Scotti Rosa Empoli on the road to a 71-62 win. She also recorded her fifth double-double by adding 13 rebounds and four assists, going 14-21 from the field and 4-4 from the free throw line.
💪 Izzy being Izzy 💪 https://t.co/GWf2Fh9B1a
— Dallas Wings (@DallasWings) February 1, 2020
Anigwe hurt her ankle after just four minutes played in Izmit’s 79-66 win over Hatay. She will return to play for the British National Team for Olympic qualifying play.
— GB Basketball (@gbbasketball) February 3, 2020
Davis scored 19 points playing 40 minutes of a 97-93 loss to Belediyesi.