Where to Watch Dallas Wings vs. Atlanta Dream on TV or Live Streaming – Friday, July 5

Where to Watch Dallas Wings vs. Atlanta Dream on TV or Live Streaming – Friday, July 5

Published 19:20 Thursday, July 4, 2024

The Dallas Wings (4-16) will look to end a three-game losing streak when they host the Atlanta Dream (7-11) at College Park Center on Friday, July 5, 2024. The game airs at 7:30 p.m. ET on ION.

Below we go into detail about all the details you need to know about this competition, including how to watch it on ION.

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Wings vs. Dream TV and Live Stream Information

The Wings' best players

  • Arike Ogunbowale: 23.8 PTS, 2.8 STL, 36.7 FG%, 35.6 3PT% (62 of 174)
  • Teaira McCowan: 11.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, 55.6% FG
  • Monique Billings: 9.6 POINTS, 7.8 REB, 46.8 FG%
  • Sevgi Uzun: 6.6 PTS, 1.2 STL, 36.1 FG%, 23.7 3PT% (14 of 59)
  • Natasha Howard: 17.8 PTS, 7.5 REB, 1.3 STL, 47.6 FG%, 26.3 3PT% (5 of 19)

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Wings performance (home vs. away)

  • Dallas averages 84.1 points per game at home, 5.8 more than away (78.3). Defensively, the team concedes 90.4 points per game, 2.6 more than away (87.8).
  • At home, the Wings get 35.6 rebounds per game, 0.2 more than away (35.4). They allow 33.0 rebounds per game at home, 0.4 more than away (32.6).
  • This year, Dallas is collecting more assists at home (19.9 per game) than away (19.2).
  • The Wings make fewer 3-point shots per game at home (5.5) than away (5.7), but have a higher 3-point percentage at home (31.0%) than away (30.6%).
  • At home, Dallas allows 7.8 three-pointers per game, 0.3 more than on the road (7.5). The shooting percentage from beyond the three-point line is 33.3% at home, 2.3% lower than on the road (35.6%).

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Wings injury report


Maddy Siegrist: Out (Finger),

Jaelyn Brown: Out (illness),

Awak Kuier: end of season (break),

Satou Sabally: Out (shoulder)

The best players of Dream

  • Tina Charles: 14.2 PTS, 9.1 REB, 1.3 STL, 46.5 FG%, 26.1 3PT% (6 of 23)
  • Allisha Gray: 15.8 PTS, 42.8 FG%, 40.2 3PT% (37 of 92)
  • Cheyenne Parker: 9.7 PTS, 42.7 FG%, 25.0 3PT% (3 of 12)
  • Haley Jones: 5.3 PTS, 38.3 FG%, 25.0 3PT% (5 of 20)
  • Air Forces: 8.1 PTS, 33.9 FG%, 40.0 3PT% (12 of 30)

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Dream's performance (home vs. away)

  • Atlanta was significantly worse offensively at home, scoring an average of 73.7 points per game compared to 78.9 on the road. Atlanta was worse defensively at home, allowing 82.4 points per game compared to 78.8 on the road.
  • At home, the Dream average the same number of rebounds per game as they do on the road (35.0), while allowing their opponents 3.4 more rebounds in home games than on the road (36.7 at home, 33.3 away).
  • On average, Atlanta scores more assists away from home than at home (19.0 away, 18.6 at home).
  • The Dream make 1.5 fewer three-point shots at home (5.4 per game) than on the road (6.9). They also make worse three-point shots at home (28.9% at home compared to 35.5% on the road).
  • Atlanta allows 0.9 more three-point shots at home (8.8 per game) than on the road (7.9). They also have a higher three-point percentage at home (38.1% at home compared to 31.5% on the road).

Dreams Injury Report


Rhyne Howard: Out (ankle)

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