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“It was just one of those games,” Allie Quigley told reporters in a post-game conference on Tuesday evening. The Dallas Wings bested the Chicago Sky using consistent physicality to pull ahead. 16 turnovers foretold the Sky’s demise, along with a continuation of a recent three-point slump first noticeable in last Tuesday’s Commissioner’s Cup Final. The Wings were missing high-scoring guard Arike Ogunbowale, out with an ankle injury. Northwestern’s Veronica Burton started in Ogunbowale’s stead. The rookie put together an eight point, nine rebound performance, along with a career-high three steals. Marina Mabrey led all players with 26 points. Teaira McCowan was trouble on both ends of the court. She shot 8-for-12 from the field, and pulled 12 rebounds. The Sky…

Candace Parker

The Chicago Sky were clubbed by the Las Vegas Aces in the Commissioner’s Cup Final on Tuesday evening. This is the second year of the WNBA’s in-season competition, which consists of 61 games culminating in the two teams with the highest winning percentage in each conference competing for a prize pool of half a million dollars. The Sky and Aces finished with identical Cup records, at 9-1 a piece. This was an unusual game where turnovers appeared to be the problem via the eye test. However, the Aces finished with 15 turnovers compared to the Sky’s 13. That telltale 33 point first quarter for the Aces gave them an insurmountable lead throughout the contest. Kelsey Plum scored the first basket…

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The Chicago Sky take on the Las Vegas Aces in the Commissioner’s Cup Championship tomorrow. Which one of the top two WNBA teams will take home the bulk of the $500,000 prize pool? Janice Scurio and Subria Whitaker break down the title matchup fans have been waiting for on the CHGO Sky Podcast. Watch the replay on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gUKlhdKVWw&t=357s Subscribe to the podcast! Follow our hosts!

Kahleah Copper

A story straight out of mythology warned about wings flying too high in the sky. The Chicago Sky brought down the Dallas Wings on Saturday night, in a 89-81 victory. With 23 points and a career-high 14 rebounds, Kahleah Copper recorded her second career double-double. Copper was perfect from the free throw line, making all three shots. She went 9 for 16 from the field, and 2 for 5 from three. Three of Copper’s teammates also rang up double figures in scoring: Emma Meesseman, Candace Parker, and Allie Quigley. The Sky had an optimal shooting game, going 47.3% from the field in contrast to the Wings’ 39.4%. Chicago also out-rebounded the Wings, 40 to 24. The Sky also set WNBA…

Rebekah Gardner

Double your fun with the Chicago Sky. With 18 points and 10 rebounds, rookie Rebekah Gardner recorded her first WNBA career double-double in Thursday night’s 80-68 win over the Los Angeles Sparks. Both figures were career highs for Gardner, who has been making a strong case for a Rookie of the Year nod. She has consistently put up double figures in scoring; she also leads the team in steals, averaging 1.5 per game as of Friday morning. Gardner is shooting 55 percent from the field, just a blip behind the team’s leader, Emma Meesseman, who’s shooting 55.4 percent. Four Sky players, including Gardner, had points in double figures: Kahleah Copper, Allie Quigley, and Azurá Stevens. Stevens has wonderfully fulfilled a…

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The CHGO Sky Crew recaps the WNBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago! We recap the best performances from last night’s game, including Kelsey Plum, Sabrina Ionescu, and Candace Parker. Also, the crew discusses Allie Quigley winning her fourth 3-Point Competition! Join Janice and Subria as they recap the weekend and discuss all things Sky and WNBA. Watch the live broadcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0bbfSIQpOc Subscribe to the show Follow the hosts

Candace Parker makes a drive to the basket.

Emma Meesseman had the ibuprofen to bring the Fever down on Thursday evening, as the Sky rolled to yet another victory, 93-84. The Sky bounced back from an 81-78 loss to the Minnesota Lynx on Wednesday, which ended Chicago’s then-five game win streak. Meesseman earned player of the game accolades. She finished with 20 points, nine rebounds, and five assists....

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The Chicago Sky had a great week, including a 3-0 record, another triple-double and a historic comeback. Join Janice Scurio and Subria Whitaker to recap a remarkable week and preview what’s to come on the CHGO Sky Live Show. Watch the live replay on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4ml6QxzoGE Subscribe to the show! Follow our hosts!

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