Atlanta unable to hold off Las Vegas and fall to the Aces 92-69 at State Farm Arena on Thursday night.
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Three Atlanta Dream players finished in double figures.Brittney Sykes, the team’s leading scorer, finished with a team-high 15 points off the bench. Nia Coffey pitched in 11 points and Jessica Breland added 10 points and nine rebounds.
After the game Head Coach Nicki Collen spoke on bouncing back from Las Vegas Ace, “We just have to keep battling together, and we can’t get frustrated. Frustration is, in some ways, an inward, selfish emotion that we have to give out. When we’re not playing well, we have to lift someone else up. I’m excited to see where the conversation we just had, where it takes us because I think it was pretty real, obviously, a little emotional, but I just still think we have all the right pieces to win games in this league and that we have to guard people and trust that we’re going to step up and make shots.”
Post Game Presser: #Dream HC Coach Nicki Collen, Tough loss [email protected] ? @LVAces https://t.co/faua2p2lAV
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The Dream now (1-3), are seeking to break their 3-game losing streak when they face the Connecticut Sun on Sunday at home. Tip-off is at 3:00 p.m.