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With each team only playing one or two games, please do not get angry at me for how I power rank them. Everything can and will wildly change.Ok, now that that is settled.
The offense looks fire; A’ja Wilson is going to star as a full-time center; Kelsey Plum is springy; Chelsea Gray is a Point God. I’m kinda loving their vibes after knocking off the Mercury and Storm handily.
They won with Elena Delle Donne playing like an All-Star and with her resting on the bench. Shakira Austin can play and Natasha Cloud is a SHOOTER.
A win over a (short-handed) Sky team feels good, and a W over Indiana was expected. Liz Cambage looks comfy and a healthy Nneka Ogwumike is a good sight. I don’t want to overhype them just yet, though.
They lost on a questionable foul call that led to an unnecessary overtime against the Sparks, and that was without Allie Quigley and Kahleah Copper. They’ll be fine.
In a healthy Sabrina Ionescu, I trust. A win over the Sun has to feel nice.
They beat the mega short-handed Lynx, but looked super lost against the Aces. A slow start isn’t uncommon for them, so I’m not worried.
Alyssa Thomas balled out against New York, but Natasha Howard kept Jonquel Jones (relatively) contained. While they were missing Courtney Williams, NY was without Betnijah Laney.
Rhyne Howard. Enough said. Could she lead this team to a backend playoff spot? Sure, Dallas was without Satou Sabally, but Atlanta was missing Tiffany Hayes.
I’ll say it. I’m worried for how this team is going to defend without Brittney Griner. Luckily, Brianna Turner and Diamond DeShields are back tomorrow.
No Satou, but a crumby game from Arike Ogunbowale made them tough to watch. Dallas has to be better than this.
I mean ew. They’ve looked really bad losing two games by 35 combined points. Kayla McBride can’t come back soon enough. I hope Angel McCoughtry’s first game back isn’t indicative of what she’ll be like all season coming back from another injury.
They stink but I love them. The rookies are showing promise!