Elena Delle Donne is the WNBA's most valuable player the league announced Wednesday.
The Chicago Sky star averaged 23.4 points per game to lead the league and help Chicago secure the second seed in the Eastern Conference. She also grabbed 8.4 rebounds — more than double her total from the previous year. The 2013 rookie of the year, who shot 95 percent from the free throw line, had a career-best 45 points earlier this season.
Maya Moore of the Lynx finished a distant second as Delle Donne received all but one of the 39 first-place votes.
|385||Elena Delle Donne||Chicago Sky||38|
|246||Maya Moore||Minnesota Lynx||1|
|181||Tina Charles||New York Liberty|
|70||Brittney Griner||Phoenix Mercury|
|57||Candace Parker||Los Angeles Sparks|
|29||DeWanna Bonner||Phoenix Mercury|
|13||Epiphanny Prince||New York Liberty|
|10||Angel McCoughtry||Atlanta Dream|
|7||Courtney Vandersloot||Chicago Sky|
|1||Nneka Ogwumike||Los Angeles Sparks|