After the most lopsided defeat in franchise history, the New York Liberty might relish the chance to get back on the court. Having to play on the Atlanta Dream's floor, though, may not lead to a much better outcome.
The Liberty also were blown out during their most recent visit to Philips Arena, and the Dream could have league scoring leader Angel McCoughtry back from a sprained left knee for Tuesday night's matchup.
New York (3-7) trailed by a WNBA-record 34 points at halftime Friday en route to a 97-55 loss at Connecticut. Essence Carson was the only Liberty player in double figures with 14 points, and leading scorer Cappie Pondexter was held to a season-low six as the team shot 36.5 percent.
"It was embarrassing, frustrating," said Pondexter, who averages 18.7 points. "We just got a lot of work to do, a lot of soul-searching, trying to figure this thing out before it sinks."
It was the second straight loss following a three-game win streak for New York, which is 1-4 on the ro...