Women’s Fictional Basketball – Career year coming up for former top seed pick Jackie Young?

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Here’s a league look at the most fictional news and notes for all 12 teams:

Atlanta Dream

Ryan Howard It was an impressive debut in the regular season against Dallas Suites Fantasy with 39 points. With a 21% usage rate, she led the dream in points, assists, blocking, and stealing. However, Atlanta Cheyenne Parker He led the team with an utilization rate of 29.3%. She recorded her double-double career against the wings. Before losing time last season due to pregnancy, the forward started 11 of 13 games and averaged 10.2 points and 4.5 rebounds in 20.8 minutes. Parker will continue to be a key member of the Atlanta Tournament.

Chicago Sky

Some fantasy directors may have some concerns about Candice ParkerHis health and age (35) years enter the season. However, she is still dominant when she is on the court. against the Los Angeles Sparks In the season opener, Parker collected 44 Fantasy points with a usage rate of 28.4%. Dana Evans (27%) took second place in use and scored 39 Fantasy Points. With it available in 75% of ESPN’s tournaments, you’ll still be a relevant fantasy player even Ally Quigley And Qleia copper return.

Connecticut Sun

Jonquil Jones He led the Sun with a usage rate of 30.3% and had 34 Fantasy Points in the season opener. But, Alyssa Thomas Connecticut led with 42 fantasy points with a 27% utilization rate. Jones and Thomas continue to lead the sun as well Courtney Williams, who was suspended for two games. Last season, she averaged 16.5 points, 6.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.1 steals in 34.4 minutes per game for Dream.

Dallas Suites

Eric Ogunpoel She struggled to find her rhythm and finished with just 15 fantasy points in the Wings season opener. However, there is nothing to worry about, as they averaged 18.7 points per game last season. But Kayla Thornton It should stay on your radar. I scored 20 Fantasy Points in 35 minutes against Dream and it’s available in 89.4% of tournaments.

Indiana fever

Kelsey Mitchell She earned 35 games out of 20 career points in Tuesday’s win over Minnesota. This ranks third in the history of fever. Mitchell has averaged 30.6 Fantasy points per game in three games this season, topping Fever with an usage rate of 24.5%. Rookie first round Queen Agbo It was impressive too. Available in 91% of leagues, they averaged 6.3 PPG, 6.0 RPG, 1.3 APG, 1.7 SPG, and 1.7 BPG. Finally, don’t forget the rookie Destiny Hendersonwho averaged 19.3 Fantasia points per game this season and is still available in 85% of leagues.

Las Vegas Aces

Jacky Young Stands out as an outstanding candidate. It has averaged 19.3 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 3.7 APG and 1.3 SPG while it has averaged 35 MPG so far this season. Young has very little competition in the young striker and should continue to receive consistent minutes. It’s on track to smash previous highs in just about every stat category.

Los Angeles Sparks

Sparks leads the league in pace through two games, averaging 85.4 possessions per 40 minutes. Los Angeles ranked 10th on this metric last season, so this may be a trend to watch early this season. Sparks also averages a 92.5 PPG. One reason for this shift is Los Angeles’ new point guard, Jordan Canadawhich averaged 28 FPPG.

Minnesota Linux

Silvia Fowles And Jessica Shepherd They were the only bright spots for the early Lynx. Recently, Fowles became the thirteenth player in WNBA history to score 6000 career points. The Shepherd thrives on a thin frontal Lynx Nafisa Collier expecting her first child, Damiris Dantas Still recovering from a foot injury and Natalie Ashunwa Out with a hamstring injury. It averaged 11.7 PPG, 11.3 RPG, and 6.0 APG at 35 mpg. Shepard is a starter must-have now and is available in 29% of leagues.

New York Liberty

Sabrina Unescu He scored 42 fantasy points in the season opener and had a 29.7% utilization rate while scoring or assisting on 41 points against the Sun. Stephanie Dolson He’s someone that fantasy directors have to watch, too. Dolson averaged 7.5 PPG, 3.5 RPG and 1.3 APG with Sky last season while shooting 40.4% from behind the arc. It’s available in 83.5% of leagues.

Phoenix Mercury

Brianna Turner And Diamond DeShields They are expected to return to Mercury on Wednesday after completing their outermost commitments. and while Skylar Diggins SmithAnd Tina Charles And Diana Taurasi Excellent fantasy options remain, don’t overlook something in my hand for deeper formats. She had 27 Fantasia points in the season opener while playing 29 minutes.

Seattle Storm

Briana Stewart It lived up to its high draft average position by placing 37 fantasy points per game so far. Joel Lloyd And So Bird remains a must. Azi Magbegor, which averaged 21.5 FPPG, is also a viable fictional option. It’s available in 66% of leagues. Gabe Williams (available in 72% of journals) is also someone to watch. She just finished a successful season in the European League, and in 2020 Williams averaged 7.7 PPG and 25 MPG with Sky. It averaged 19.5 mpg this season.

Sophia Washington

Elena Delle DonneYour playing time and travel schedule will be managed throughout the season, so this is something you should stay on top of before every Mystics game. Natasha Cloud You may see an increase in usage as a result. They averaged 18 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 6.0 APG, 1.0 SPG, and 0.5 BPG in 2022 but are in COVID-19 protocols for now. as a result of, Roy Machida You should see more minutes, available in 84.6% of leagues. Her performance during the Olympics was exceptional: 7.2 PPG, 12.5 APG and 2.3 RPG in six matches.