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New York Liberty get Burned by the Sun,

1495 Sports is proud to bring the following Post Game Press Conference featuring Head Coach Walt Hopkins along with stars Kylee Shook, Jazmine Jones and Michaela Onyenwere

The New York Liberty (10-11) lost their final game before Olympic break to the Connecticut Sun (14-6), 54-71.


There were two lead changes and one tie in the first quarter. From there, Connecticut led the remainder of the contest. New York finished with 15 team assists and 34 rebounds, five of which were offensive.


New York finished on 30.4% (17-56) from the field, 64.7% (11-17) shooting from the free throw line, and 31% (9-29) from three.


Up Next:
 On Wednesday, July 14, Betnijah Laney will represent the New York Liberty in her first-ever AT&T WNBA All-Star game appearance. Sami Whitcomb will participate her first  WNBA MTN DEW 3-Point Contest at halftime. Tip-off is 7 pm ET on ESPN. As the WNBA’s Olympic break begins, the next Liberty game will be against the Minnesota Lynx on August 15 at 7 p.m. on YES Network and Facebook.


PLAYER NOTABLES


Three Liberty players scored in double figures in tonight’s game (Shook, Onyenwere, Jones). In the first half, the only player in double figures was Connecticut’s Jazmine Thomas (10).


Kylee Shook 
scored a career-high 16 points and connected on a career-high four three pointers in her second consecutive double-digit scoring game and seventh of the season. Shook finished on 75% (6-8) shooting from the field and 80% (4-5) from deep. She also totaled five rebounds.


Michaela Onyenwere 
added 12 points for the home team. She shot 33.3% (3-9) from the field and 83.3% (5-6) from the charity stripe.


Off the bench, Reshanda Gray connected on a career-high two three pointers, shooting 100% (2-2) from deep. Grayfinished with eight points on 75% (3-4) shooting from the field and five rebounds.


Jazmine Jones
 also finished with 10 points off the bench on 66.7% (6-9) shooting from the free throw line, two assists, and four rebounds.


Jonquel Jones
 led both teams in scoring with 17 points on 42.9% (6-14) shooting from the field, 37.5% (3-8) from deep and a game-high 17 rebounds.

For more information on the New York Liberty fans are encouraged to click on the link seen here:

Home – New York Liberty (wnba.com)

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