This was the first official week of WNBA basketball. Here are your MVPs:
Rebekkah Brunson has been the MVP for 2 weeks in a row. She has brought it for every game in every game! She averages a double double and it’s not like it’s not like 10 and 10 she scores 14.8ppg and 14rpg. Her presence is always known on the court. She can shoot, pass, and rebound. Now I must admit, she doesn’t have the most assists, but she does everything else. She has been the most consistent throughout the league. Rebekkah Brunson’s name has been said SEVERAL times in every game that she’s played. She is the X-Factor of this team. Every team needs one and Minnesota has one of the best.
In her last game, she brought that Brunson speed and Brunson game. She honestly made their game. They defeated Seattle 81-74. In that game, she scored 22 points an grabbed 14 rebounds. In that game, she scored the most and she rebounded the most earning the MVP of that game as well. She is truly showing that she is a star and it isn’t about Seimone and Lindsey. She came out this season on top and I don’t see her dropping down anytime.
Cappie Pondexter had a spectacular game in their win over Indiana. She had a miraculous shot at the end of that game that really won it for them. They won that game 81-80. Cappie scored 21 points in 33 minutes. She also dished out 6 points racking up 3 assists as well as grabbing 3 essential rebounds. She played the most in that game and she contributed the most.
Her winning this MVP isn’t just because she did great in that game, she as been consistent. The next day, Cappie and the Liberty did lose against Indiana. This may be taken in a negative way, but it is true. Cappie really contributed to their loss. She aided this team so much even though they lost. In this loss, she score 13 points, and dished out 8 points grabbing 4 assists. She also grabbed 1 rebound and 2 steals.
New York takes on Atlanta tonight at 7 and I do believe that Cappie will have the same type of game.