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Skys Historic Success Touch Broke; Be Up To Connecticut on Sunday

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GAME HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE Chicago had its seven-game win touch snapped on Sunday. The Skies is now 26-30 all-time versus the Sunlight, having previously won both of its video games against the Sun this season in mid-June. Sky guard Kahleah Copper was the single Skies player to tally more than 30 minutes on the floor. Skies onward Candace Parker had the second-most minutes played, notching just over 26 mins versus the Sun. Chicago was a perfect 7 of 7 from the charity stripe versus Connecticut. Specifically, both Copper and guard Allie Quigley went 2 for 2 from the free-throw line. After today's loss to the Sun, the Sky have simply one even more game that will count in the Commissioner's Mug standings. Currently, the Sky remains in second location behind the Media Schedule-- Sky at Sun June 27, 2021NEXT UP: The Chicago Sky will travel to face the Dallas Wings on June 30 for the first game of a two-game series readied to takeplace at College Park Arena. Opening up tip is set for 7:00 p CT and will certainly be readily available for fans to watch on The U/CBSN and RUNS Early in the very first quarter, Connecticut went on a 13-2 run over a 3:06 span to order the very early lead. Chicago ended up the last 3:27 of the initial half on an 11-0 run to reduce its halftime deficit to just 6 points. Connecticut began the third quarter with a quick 8-0 go to expand its cause 46-32 with 7:25 left in the STATS During the initial eight mins of the 2nd quarter, Chicago shot just 2 for 14. Over the 2nd quarter's final two mins, the Skies transformed 4 of its 6 shots and reduce into the Sunlight's first half lead. Connecticut outscored Chicago 34-20 in the paint. The Sun finished 17 of 35 in the paint while the Skies went 10 of 30. Despite drawing in nine offending rebounds after the very first 2 quarters, Chicago taped absolutely no second-chance factors in the very first half. The Sky ended up the game with 13 second-chance points, while the Sun completed 19 second-chance points. The Sky is 1-4 when enabling 19 or even more points off turn overs. The Sunlight racked up 20 points off Sky turn overs. Both groups likewise do with 19 turn overs. Chicago is 5-5 in its last 10 games and is 3-4 on the road this NOTES Sky guard Courtney Vandersloot was the only Sky player to record a help in the initial half, as she dished out five after two quarters of play. This season, the Skies standard 11 assists per game by all various other gamers. Chicago's 44 factors racked up with three quarters was the second-lowest mark of the season to date. Three Skies gamers each shot at the very least 50% from the field. Hebard led all Skies gamers in basket percent and scored 9 factors. Sky guard Allie Quigley poured in a team-high 11 factors. Quigley has now scored 10+ factors in 8 consecutive games. Chicago's bench outscored Connecticut's bench 16-0 in the very first fifty percent, and finished having actually scored 29 points in comparison to the Sun's bench. https://www.chicagoskyjerseys.com


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