Arike Ogunbowale of the Dallas Wings scored a game-high 26 points Wednesday night as the WNBA won the All-Star Game in Las Vegas, 93-85 over Team USA, and Ogunbowale scored 14 points in the second half, including four rare. Playing with the left 5:37 increased the WNBA Stars lead to 79-73. She added her fifth pointer with 3:42 remaining to gain an advantage of 86-78 and was named Player of the Game. Jonkel Jones (Connecticut) contributed 18 points and 14 rebounds to the winning goal, while Courtney Williams (Atlanta) came off the bench to score 15 points. Williams’ sprinter from the glass in the last minute settled the score, Britney Grenier scored 17 points to lead Team USA, and went 8 of 10 from the field. Breanna Stewart added 15, while Sylvia Fowles came off the bench with 12 points and seven high rebounds for the team. 1:15 Check out the best plays from the WNBA All-Star Game! The outcome of the game came to some slight edge for the WNBA superstars. They were 11 of 30 three-pointers compared to 7 of 20 on the US team and had a 41-37 advantage on the board. They also made only seven spins while forced into 15, which led to 10 more field goal attempts. Both teams participated in the expected penalty shootout in the first quarter. Team USA took a 15-7 lead over A’ja Wilson’s jump after about 3½ minutes into the game, but the WNBA tied and tied the game four times before the Skylar Diggins-Smith 3 index reached the USA 28-25 after one. 1:00 Listen to the All-Stars’ best mic from this year’s game! Then the game took on a defensive determination. The WNBA superstars held on, allowing only 15 points in the second quarter, and racking up a 44-43 advantage at the break when Williams took the long jump with 19.5 seconds left. After Allie Quigley of Chicago won her third shooting competition title during the first half, the teams competed during a tight third quarter. Chelsea Gray’s toes rolling just before time ended tied Team USA 66-66.