Where to Watch Dallas Wings vs. Atlanta Dream on TV or Streaming Live – Friday, July 5

Published 7:20 pm Thursday, July 4, 2024

The Dallas Wings (4-16) will be trying to halt a three-game losing streak when hosting the Atlanta Dream (7-11) on Friday, July 5, 2024 at College Park Center. It airs at 7:30 PM ET on ION.

Below we dig deep into all of the details you need to know about this contest, including how to watch on ION.

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Wings vs. Dream TV & Live Stream Info

Wings’ Top Players

  • Arike Ogunbowale: 23.8 PTS, 2.8 STL, 36.7 FG%, 35.6 3PT% (62-for-174)
  • Teaira McCowan: 11.3 PTS, 7.3 REB, 55.6 FG%
  • Monique Billings: 9.6 PTS, 7.8 REB, 46.8 FG%
  • Sevgi Uzun: 6.6 PTS, 1.2 STL, 36.1 FG%, 23.7 3PT% (14-for-59)
  • Natasha Howard: 17.8 PTS, 7.5 REB, 1.3 STL, 47.6 FG%, 26.3 3PT% (5-for-19)

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Wings’ Performance (Home vs. Away)

  • Dallas averages 84.1 points per game at home, 5.8 more than away (78.3). Defensively, it concedes 90.4 per game, 2.6 more than on the road (87.8).
  • At home the Wings grab 35.6 rebounds per game, 0.2 more than on the road (35.4). They allow 33.0 rebounds per game at home, 0.4 more than away (32.6).
  • This year Dallas is collecting more assists at home (19.9 per game) than on the road (19.2).
  • The Wings sink fewer 3-pointers per game at home (5.5) than on the road (5.7), but have a higher 3-point percentage at home (31.0%) than away (30.6%).
  • At home Dallas gives up 7.8 treys per game, 0.3 more than away (7.5). It allows 33.3% shooting from beyond the arc at home, 2.3% lower than on the road (35.6%).

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Wings’ Injury Report


Maddy Siegrist: Out (Finger),

Jaelyn Brown: Out (Illness),

Awak Kuier: Out For Season (Rest),

Satou Sabally: Out (Shoulder)

Dream’s Top Players

  • Tina Charles: 14.2 PTS, 9.1 REB, 1.3 STL, 46.5 FG%, 26.1 3PT% (6-for-23)
  • Allisha Gray: 15.8 PTS, 42.8 FG%, 40.2 3PT% (37-for-92)
  • Cheyenne Parker: 9.7 PTS, 42.7 FG%, 25.0 3PT% (3-for-12)
  • Haley Jones: 5.3 PTS, 38.3 FG%, 25.0 3PT% (5-for-20)
  • Aerial Powers: 8.1 PTS, 33.9 FG%, 40.0 3PT% (12-for-30)

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Dream’s Performance (Home vs. Away)

  • Atlanta has been significantly worse offensively at home, where it averages 73.7 points per game, compared to on the road, where it averages 78.9. Defensively, it is worse at home, where it gives up 82.4 points per game, versus on the road, where it allows opponents to score 78.8.
  • At home, the Dream average the exact number of rebounds per game as on the road (35.0), while they allow their opponents to grab 3.4 more boards in home games than road games (36.7 at home, 33.3 on the road).
  • On average, Atlanta racks up more assists on the road than it does at home (19.0 on the road, 18.6 at home).
  • The Dream knock down 1.5 fewer 3-pointers when playing at home (5.4 per game) than on the road (6.9).They also shoot a worse percentage at home (28.9% in home games compared to 35.5% on the road).
  • Atlanta concedes 0.9 more three-pointers when playing at home (8.8 per game) than on the road (7.9). It also allows a higher three-point shooting percentage at home (38.1% in home games compared to 31.5% on the road).

Dream’s Injury Report


Rhyne Howard: Out (Ankle)

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