Ogunbowale's Last-Second 3 Lifts Wings Over Storm 68-67

Arike Ogunbowale #24 of the Dallas Wings shoots the game-winning three point basket over Jordin Canada #21 of the Seattle Storm to defeat the Storm 68-67 at Angel of the Winds Arena on June 6, 2021 in Everett, Washington.
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Arike Ogunbowale's 3-pointer with less than a second left capped a 12-point comeback for the Dallas Wings in a 68-67 win that snapped the Seattle Storm's five-game winning streak on Sunday night.

Ogunbowale finished with 24 points and her clutch shot helped the Wings (3-5) return the favor after they were stunned by the Jewell Loyd's overtime buzzer beater -- also in Everett, Washington -- on Friday night.

Loyd had 25 points for Seattle (7-2) on Sunday, which had not trailed in the second half until Ogunbowale's winner.

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The Storm led 54-42 with three minutes left in the third quarter, Dallas erased the deficit at 56-all early in the fourth, but the Storm pushed back in front and led 65-58 on Loyd's 3-pointer with 3:13 left. They were up 67-60 with 2:06 left before Ogunbowale scored the final eight points, including the game-winner,
Marina Mabrey added 15 points, and Isabelle Harrison scored 14 for Dallas.

Breanna Stewart had 14 points, and Epiphanny Prince added 13 points for Seattle.

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