Wings Rise Over Fever 89 – 64 

Indianapolis, Indiana – The Dallas Wings (7-8) took flight over the Indiana Fever (1-15), 89 – 64, in Indianapolis Thursday night. This was Dallas’s largest margin of victory this season.

The Wings were led by second-year forward Satou Sabally, who netted a team-high 15 points and grabbed a team-high nine rebounds. She was joined in both efforts by frontcourt teammate Charli Collier, who scored a career-high 12 points to go along with her seven boards.

Dallas also had four other players reach double figures, as Arike Ogunbowale (10), Allisha Gray (13), Isabelle Harrison (10) and Marina Mabrey (14) all found the bottom of the net consistently. It is the first time since June 30, 2019, the Wings have had six players in double figures. It was also the second time this season Dallas has never trailed in a game.

The Wings next return home to welcome the Washington Mystics for the first time this season. Tip-off is set for 12 p.m. CT.


  • Ogunbowale extended her league-leading and franchise-record double-digit scoring streak to 52 games on a three with 7:09 left in the third quarter.


  • With the help of seven different scorers in the first quarter, the Wings held a 24 – 12 lead at the end of the first quarter. It was Dallas’ third first quarter double-digit lead and the team is 3-0 in those games after beating Indiana tonight.


  • Satou Sabally led the Wings with 15 points and nine rebounds, the second time she has led Dallas is those two categories this season.


  • Rookie Charli Collier netted 12 points to go along with seven rebounds. It was the 2021 WNBA 1stoverall pick’s second game in double figures after she recorded a double-double in her first game against Los Angeles on May 14.


  • All-Star candidate Marina Mabrey dropped 14 points, her 12thdouble-digit scoring performance this year.


  • Ogunbowale continues to make a concerted effort to find her teammates, leading the Wings with 5 assists. It was the sixth time this year she has led Dallas in dishes.


  • The Wings had six players in double figures for the first time in 2021 and the first time since June 30, 2019, versus Minnesota. The Wings had three starters (Ogunbowale, Collier and Sabally) in addition to three bench players (Mabrey, Harrison and Gray) reach the 10 point plateau.


  • The Wings were a perfect 17 for 17 from the free-throw line tonight. Dallas has now been perfect three times from the stripe this year and the team is shooting 83.6% from the line.