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The Chicago Sky notched a trio of wins in their first week of the 2020 season, proving they are indeed on a mission for their first WNBA championship.
A rare Courtney Vandersloot misstep and an amazing shot by Dearica Hamby sent the Chicago Sky home for the season and propelled the Las Vegas Aces to the WNBA Semifinals.
The Chicago Sky opened the WNBA Playoffs with a statement victory over the Phoenix Mercury, led by a fantastic effort by Diamond DeShields’ in her postseason debut.
The Chicago Sky and their fervent fan base have proven this season that even though the WNBA faces tough questions in the offseason, the league and its supporters are thriving.
The Chicago Sky erased memories of a painful loss to Dallas with a decisive victory over the Phoenix Mercury in their last regular season home game.
The Chicago Sky’s loss to the Connecticut Sun not only highlighted the tough schedule they face in the second half of the season, but also the travel problems still plaguing the WNBA.
A week after losing to the Minnesota Lynx in the final seconds, Courtney Vandersloot and the Chicago Sky found a way to win late over the Atlanta Dream.
The Chicago Sky missed an opportunity to prove they belong amongst the WNBA’s elite with a loss to rival Washington. Can they prove themselves contenders on their upcoming West Coast trip?
The Chicago Sky can’t lose at home, but can’t win on the road. As they round into form, James Wade’s team has a chance to prove themselves a quality team.