The Atlanta Dream had a night to forget Friday against the Seattle Storm.
Atlanta could never find their footing at StateFarm Arena Friday night in the 82-66 loss. Atlanta only managed 27 first half points in what was a sour offensive night.
Brittney Sykes was the only player to crack double figures
Last season, the Atlanta Dream were just one win away from being in the WNBA Finals as they gave the Washington Mystics everything they could handle. Entering the 2019 season, the Dream will be looking to build off one of their best seasons in franchise history and this time make
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It's only the beginning for the Atlanta Dream under new head coach Nicki Collen
The Atlanta Dream finished the 2018 season 23-11 with a playoff run for the ages. Their playoff run ended against the Washington Mystics after a valiant effort in the conference finals. Now we must look to the
The Atlanta Dream took on the Washington Mystics Sunday and lost 87-84. The Mystics appeared to be in control the entire game due to their sharpshooting. The Mystics were shooting 56% at halftime. This is alarming due to the Atlanta Dream being one of the top defensive teams in the
Mystics: 87, Dream 84
The Atlanta Dream took the floor yesterday night in Game 1 against the Mystics. Only to fall short by 3 points during this playoff game.
On the other hand, we all know that these women will be back to play even harder in Game 2. Which will be