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Sportsbook Update - Ionescu Becomes Youngest WNBA Player to Achieve Triple Double

youngest wnba player to achieve triple doubleNew York Liberty PG Sabrina Ionescu got 26 points, ten rebounds, and 12 assists to become the youngest WNBA player to achieve triple-double. Her performance helped her team win against Minnesota Lynx Tuesday.

Ionescu was once a protégé of NBA legend Kobe Bryant. Also, she was the top pick in the 2020 WNBA draft. She earned her triple-double in the sixth game after an ankle injury sent her to the sideline in her rookie season.

According to sportsbook pay per head news, it was the first triple-double earned by a New York Liberty player. Also, Ionescu is the youngest to achieve the milestone at 23 years old. She said she was excited about the milestone. However, she’s more excited that her team got the win. New York is now 3-0 after only winning two games last season.

Youngest WNBA Player to Achieve Triple Double

According to sportsbook pay per head providers providers, Ionescu attributed the win to the team effort. She said that everyone got into a position to score and get rebounds. Also, she was proud of how the team fought throughout the game.

Ionescu took part in the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony of her mentor, Kobe Bryant, last Saturday. She described the event as something special. Ionescu was happy to see people honoring Bryant and what he stood for. Also, she wants to bring Bryant’s mentality every time she plays.

Liberty’s next assignment is the Washington Mystics, which is winless at present. According to sportsbook reviews, New York is enjoying its best start since they went 5-0 in 2007. In three games, Liberty shot 43.6 percent in the three-point region. On the other hand, the Mystics struggled beyond the three-point arc. They made nine out of 58 attempts in two games.

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