On Friday October 18th the Atlanta Dream announced that they would be moving to College Park and playing their home games at the new Gateway Center Arena. The Dream who had a forgettable 2019 season still managed to increase their attendance by about 2% over the 2018 season but still
The Atlanta Dream's slide continued on Sunday afternoon as they fell to the Connecticut Sun 65-59 at State Farm Arena. It was the same story as previous losses as the Dream struggled in the first half going down 26-13 in the first period alone. Even though the Dream out scored
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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
The Atlanta Dream ended off the regular-season with a huge win over the Las Vegas Aces 93-78 Sunday evening to take the No. 2 Seed in the WNBA playoffs.
The entire game was an intense battle between both teams most of the first half the Dream trailed the Aces, but Renee
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The Atlanta Dream are going into the final day of the WNBA season as a #2 seed.
The Atlanta Dream have had a miraculous year of up's and down's. They started the season with an 8-9 record and since then are 15-3 including an 8 game win streak