2019 Player Review: Candice Dupree

Height: 6-2

Position: Forward

Age: 35

Years Pro: 14

College: Temple

Drafted: By Chicago, first round, 2006 WNBA Draft (6th overall)

Acquired: From Phoenix, with a 2017 second-round draft pick, as part of a three-team trade; Indiana sent Lynetta Kizer and first-round draft pick to Connecticut

Overview: In her 14th season, Dupree started all 34 games and averaged 11.6 points and five rebounds per game. She was named an All-Star for the seventh time and continued to climb the ranks of two impressive WNBA lists. She moved to No. 5 on the WNBA All-Time Scoring List (6,452 points) and No. 2 on the All-Time Field Goals Made List (2,652 FGM). She also became the 13th player to score 1,000 points in a Fever uniform.

 

Notable Performances:

May 28: Dupree finished with a season-high 20 points, eight rebounds and five assists in a loss to Connecticut.

June 11: Dupree finished with ten points and a season-high 15 rebounds in a tough loss to Seattle

June 19: Dupree moved into No. 7 on the WNBA All-Time Scoring list with 19 points against Atlanta.

June 29: Against Las Vegas, Dupree recorded 20 points and a season-high six assists during a season-high 43 minutes.

July 12: With an 11-point performance, Dupree passed Lisa Leslie to move into sixth on the WNBA All-Time Scoring List.

July 15: Voted in by the WNBA coaches, Dupree was selected for her seventh WNBA All-Star game.

August 29: Dupree finished with 17 points and six rebounds to move up to No.2 on the WNBA All-Time Field Goals Made List.

September 8: In the final game of the season, Dupree scored ten points to move into fifth all-time in scoring in WNBA history.