Dream more than just McCoughtry
No team in this year's WNBA playoffs relies more on one player being the superstar at both ends of the court than Atlanta does with Angel Mccoughtry.
She led the WNBA in scoring (21.5 ppg), and steals (89). She was sixth in average assists (4.4) and also added 5.3 rebounds per game.
Add in center Erika de Souza (12.9 ppg, 9.9 rpg), and the Dream had two very reliable veterans who've been consistent producers all season. But as much as those two have accomplished, the Dream ...
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2013 WNBA PLAYOFFS
Minnesota went 7-0 in the playoffs, sweeping Atlanta in the WNBA Finals, to win its second title in three seasons. Playoff results »