Jonquel Jones scored 21 points and had 14 rebounds. The Connecticut Sun defeated the Los Angeles Sparks at 76:57 on Thursday night to secure a double bye into the WNBA playoff semifinals.
Connecticut (23-6), won its 11th consecutive game after continuing to win since the Olympic break. With only three games remaining, Las Vegas is two games behind the Sun. To secure the top spot, Connecticut needs to win its last three games.
Connecticut’s Brionna Jones scored 15 points. Jasmine Thomas had 10 points, DeWanna Bonner 11 points. The Sun hosted Phoenix on Saturday. The Sun will then travel to New York City and Atlanta before the playoffs start on September 23.
Connecticut opened the game with a 170-0 run. Jonquel Jones scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the second half. At the break, the sun led by 45 to 28
Nneka Ogwumike, Nia Coffey and Nia Koffey scored 12 points each for Los Angeles (10-19), who fell to 10th overall. New York is one game behind the Sparks for the final playoff spot. Erica Wheeler scored 10 points. The Sparks received 9 points out of 11 from Stripe, while Connecticut got 26.
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