In her first professional game overseas, Arike Ogunbowale sparkled against Botas on October 12th. The 2019 WNBA All-Rookie’s 26 points is the 19th professional game of 20 or more points and she averaged almost a point per minute. She also had three rebounds and two assists in her 27 minutes for Ormanspor.
• 26 Points
• 3 Rebounds
• 2 Assists pic.twitter.com/XyicUis3Vz
— Zak Buncik (@CoachBuncik) October 12, 2019
Imani McGee-Stafford tied her 2019 high with 12 points in her Perth Lynx debut. She also grabbed eight rebounds and two blocks, the sixth time this year she has rejected at least two opponents in a game versus the Sydney Uni Flames.
Imani McGee-Stafford finished her WNBL debut with 12 points, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks. 💪
— Perth Lynx (@PerthLynx) October 14, 2019
Megan Gustafson has dominated in her first two games overseas, recording the first two double-doubles of her professional career and setting her professional career high in points with 17 before topping it by dropping 21 versus Zalaegerszeg. In addition to her 38 points, she has grabbed 23 boards and has shot a blistering 74% from the field.
It's no wonder @GustafsonMeg10 is back on 📺in Hungary🇭🇺
— #KoyerSport (@koyersport) October 14, 2019
Karlie Samuelson has helped Avenidas win their first four games, outscoring their opponents 318 -189 by holding their opponents to less than 50 points per game. Samuelson has averaged 10.3 points per game and has hit from beyond the arc in every single game, stretching her streak to six games with at least one three pointer made in professional play.
— Perfumerías Avenida (@CBAvenida) October 10, 2019