Sabrina Ionescu sets TRIPLE-DOUBLE scoring RECORD with 31 PTS 💪

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Sabrina Ionescu had 31 PTS, 13 REB & 10 AST for the New York Liberty in their win over the Aces. Her 7 3PM set a new career high. Ionescu also joins Candace Parker from this season as the only players with 2 triple-doubles in a single season and became the first player in WNBA history with a 30-PT triple-double.

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