Sylvia Fowles put on a show in her final WNBA All-Star Game.
With the veteran set to retire at the end of the 2022 season, the WNBA wanted to send off Fowles in style, naming her as an honorary co-captain of Team Wilson.
The 36-year-old lived up to the hype, throwing down a dunk in the second quarter that set Wintrust Arena on fire.
🔨 SYLVIA FOWLES 🔨The steal and the SLAM in her final #WNBAAllStar Game! pic.twitter.com/U5xfickXsN— WNBA (@WNBA) July 10, 2022
🔨 SYLVIA FOWLES 🔨The steal and the SLAM in her final #WNBAAllStar Game! pic.twitter.com/U5xfickXsN
According to Google, searches for Fowles increased by 1,950 percent in the first half.
Fowles’ last All-Star dunk came in 2009 in her first All-Star Game appearance. The center finished Sunday’s game with seven points, nine rebounds and six assists, helping Team Wilson to a 134-112 victory over Team Stewart.