In the LA Sparks' 97-73 win over the Dallas Wings in the WNBA last night, Nneka Ogwumike finished with 12-12 FG (including 1-1 FG3), 7-7 FT, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, 1 turnover, 0 blk, 32 pts).
She set a new record for "Most FGA, all made". The previous mark was 11-of-11 by Seimone Augustus (June 8, 2007, for MIN at LA) with 28 pts (11-11 FG, 2-2 FG3, 4-6 FT), 3 rebs, 4 ast, 2 stl, 1 blk).
It was the first time in WNBA history that a player made at least 10 FG with no misses AND made all her free throw attempts without a miss, AND notched a double-double. Another way to put this: it was the first time a player made a two-point field goal, a three-point field, a free-throw, missed no FGA, missed no FTA, and notched a double-double).
The only other player to make all her FG and make all her FT and have a double-double was Erlana Larkins, May 14, 2016, for Indiana vs. Dallas BUT she made only 3-3 FG (no 3PFGA) and was 8-8 on free throws on her way to 14 pts and 13 rebs.
There was nothing the Wings could do to stop her. Ogwumike found her home in the paint, taking advantage of going against a shorter player and finishing on the left and right. The old saying goes, "when the post player runs the floor get them the ball" and that's exactly what she did running down the middle of the court and her teammates finding her.
She didn't let her game be just inside, however, as she stepped beyond the arc and drained the three. Ogwumike even created some offense from her defense using her length to get in the passing lanes, scoring a layup after going coast to coast.