NEW YORK (AP) — The WNBA heads into the All-Star break this week after a strong first few months of play highlighted by tight standings and record-breaking performances.
“This might be the most competitive season I’ve seen in all my years coaching,” Seattle coach Dan Hughes said. “No one is sitting out this year and there are no easy games in this league.”
The Storm currently have the best record in the league at 18-7 and there’s only four losses separating second place Atlanta from ninth-place Las Vegas making this season’s playoff race one of the tightest ever.
The All-Star game is Saturday in Minneapolis and there’s no debating it’s been exciting an exciting regular season, but the statistics show some of it is optics.
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