Sylvia Fowles Becomes 10th Player In WNBA History To Reach 2,500 Rebounds

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With last nights 81-72 win over the Atlanta Dream, Minnesota Lynx super star Sylvia Fowles became the 10th player in WNBA history to reach 2,500 rebounds.

Fowles pulled in a double-double during last nights action recording 27 points and 13 rebounds as she help lift her team past the Atlanta Dream.

Heading into the 4th Quarter Minnesota maintained a 66-64 lead as they held the Atlanta Dream to just eight points the remainder of the game.

Hometown favorite Maya Moore chipped in 16 points for Minnesota who improved to (21-3) on the season.

Fowles and Moore pulled double duty for the Lynx as they participated in their second straight game without injured Olympic PG Lindsay Whalen.

On the opposite side of the ball Elizabeth Williams had a pretty productive night finishing with a team high 16 points and 11 rebounds as the Dream fall to (10-16) on the season.

The Atlanta Dream are back in action Friday at 7:30pm as they are set to take on the visiting New York Liberty.

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