The Connecticut Sun ended their regular season on a high, recording the team’s 14th straight win by downing the Atlanta Dream, 84-64 on Sunday.
The Sun’s 14-game hot streak marks the longest win streak to end a season in WNBA history and is the fourth-longest win streak in league history.
Jonquel Jones led the team in points, dropping 15 while adding nine rebounds and four assists. Brionna Jones also put on a dominant performance, notching 14 points and ten rebounds for her fourth double-double of the season.
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Connecticut out-rebounded Atlanta 48-33 despite losing DeWanna Bonner early in the first quarter with what the team confirmed to be back tightness.
Clinching the No. 1 seed in the 2021 playoffs, the Sun will receive a double-bye to kick off the postseason.