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08/03/2018
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McCoughtry shone brightest, but who else made the Team of the Week?

MUNICH (EuroLeague Women) - Angel McCoughtry once more appears to be waiting for the biggest stage to produce her biggest performances, whilst a bevvy of returnees join her on the Team of the Week.

PG | COURTNEY VANDERSLOOT | Yakin Dogu Universitesi | Efficiency: 21 (14 pts, 5 rebs, 6 ast)
Vandersloot is back running the Team of the Week offence, putting in another sensational display that means, next time she will take to the court will be in the Final Four Semi-Finals. One way of looking at this is, she is just potentially two games away from the MVP gong.

SG | KAYLA MCBRIDE | Yakin Dogu Universitesi | Efficiency: 25 (20pts, 5reb, 7 ast)
Joining her partner-in-crime Vandersloot in the Team of the Week, is once more Kayla McBride. However, this week, McBride slips further into the backcourt to make room for McCoughtry on the wing.

SF | ANGEL MCCOUGHTRY | Dynamo Kursk | Efficiency: 30 (23 pts, 5 reb, 5 ast, 3 stl)
Angel McCoughty continues to assert herself as the premier EuroLeague Women player in crunch situations. With Famila Schio putting serious pressure on Kursk's unbeaten record, McCoughtry came to the fore, delivering a performance to remind punters why she was the 2017 Final Four MVP.

PF | EMMA MEESSEMAN | UMMC Ekaterinburg | Efficiency: 22 (17 pts , 11 reb)
Another returnee for the second week of the Quarter-Finals is Emma Meesseman. Once more, the Belgian youngster shone through on the most stacked roster in the competition. Another potential MVP candidate, should UMMC lift the EuroLeague Women trophy on April 22.

C | ALAINA COATES | Sopron Basket | Efficiency: 24 (13 pts, 8 reb, 4 blk)
A newcomer to EuroLeague Women, Coates has wasted little time in making an impact for her new club. Brought into Sopron for the Play-Offs, the exciting young talent shrugged off previous injury concerns to produce a game-winning performance against Fenerbahce, forcing Game 3.

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