Lindsay Allen 2021 Season Review

Lindsay Allen

Height: 5-8

Position: Guard

Age: 26

Years Pro: 4

College: Notre Dame

Acquired: By Indiana via trade on 2/15/21

Overview: Lindsay Allen finished 2021 with the best statistical season in her four-year career. In her first season with Indiana after being traded from Las Vegas, Allen recorded 5.4 points, 1.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists, a 42.8 field goal percentage, 81.1 free throw shooting percentage and 17.8 minutes per game, which were all career-high averages. Because of so many injuries late in the regular season for the Fever, Allen started eight games for Indiana and provided great stability. Allen finished second in the WNBA in assist-to-turnover ratio at 3.1 behind only Sue Bird. She joined Kelsey Mitchell and Teaira McCowan as the only Fever players to play all 32 games this season and also played in her 100th career WNBA game during the 2021 season. Allen’s game also improved from 3-point range making a career-high 14 triples. She entered the 2021 season with only seven made 3-point field goals.

Notable Achievements/Performances:

June 12: Allen came off the bench in the first regular season game at Indiana Farmers Coliseum to finish with 12 points and six assists against the Chicago Sky.

August 20: As one of seven players healthy for the Fever at Dallas, Allen came off the bench to make a career-high three 3-point field goals to finish with 13 points and five assists against the Wings.

September 6: Allen did everything possible on the offensive end against Phoenix, including career-highs in field goals made (7), field goals attempted (19) and points (15) to go along with seven assists.

September 14: With only seven players available again, Allen played a career-high 36:59 to finish with 14 points and five assists against the Atlanta Dream.

September 17: In the final home regular season game of the year, Allen tied a career-high with 15 points and added seven assists against the Minnesota Lynx.

September 19: Allen capped the 2021 regular season with the first double-double of her career with 10 points and a career-high 10 assists to go along with four rebounds against the Chicago Sky.