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.
We must credit the WNBA executive office for their efforts in working with their players association to advance obvious issues, but one must also ask does this historic deal deliver the true satisfaction that the WNBA in general deserves? The answer is no.
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.
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 average WNBA player makes close to $75,000, with only a few players making as much as $113,000. Reports have the average minimum salary for a player in the NBA at roughly $840,000 a year.
WARR contributor Josh Hicks offers his thoughts on the Chicago Bulls and the NBA Chicago has faced a few tough episodes in both their professional basketball franchises in recent times. […]