ATLANTA (AP) -- A sore left knee is keeping Atlanta's Angel McCoughtry from playing at full capacity.
Even though the WNBA's scoring leader is still the focal point of the Dream, McCoughtry wonders if her knee will hurt for the rest of the season.
"It takes a little time to recover, but it's getting there," she said. "I just want to get my explosiveness back and things like that so I can get up and down the floor. I look like grandma out there a little bit."
McCoughtry scored 22 points, Sancho Lyttle added 17 and the Atlanta Dream won consecutive games for the first time this season with a 70-58 victory over the Indiana Fever on Tuesday.
Tamika Catchings missed her first six shots from the field and finished with a season-low eight points for the Fever. Indiana did not have anyone score in double figures. Katie Douglas and Jessica Davenport each also finished with eight points.
McCoughtry was held without a point in the first quarter, but was able to find her rhythm and scored ...