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Dallas Wings Look To Get Back On Track At Home

The Dallas Wings will finally play on their home court Saturday June 2 against the Seattle Storm. This will be just the second game at home for the Wings.

Dallas just finished up a three game road trip and will return to action at College Park Center in Arlington for the first time in 13 days.

Dallas went 1-2 on the road trip and are 2-3 overall on the season. The Wings will look to bounce back from their 94-89 loss to the New York Liberty Tuesday. 

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Center Liz Cambage had a huge game going for a career tying 28 points and a season high 16 rebounds.

Skylar Diggins-Smith is off to a fast start to the season. The All WNBA First Team all-star had 20 points which included a season high five 3-pointers and also dished out seven assists.

The Seattle Storm come to town on top of the Western Conference. Seattle went 2-1 against the Wings last season. 

Dallas' only win came in the final matchup of the season when they hit a WNBA record 16 3-pointers in the 93-80 win. Diggins-Smith had five 3-pointers alone. 

Tip-off for Saturday's game is set for 7:00 pm.

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