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  • Dedication To Defense Has Sun On Two-Game Winning Streak

    UNCASVILLE — At the core of the Connecticut Sun's positive start has been their dedication to defense. And while it's always been a fundamental of basketball, it isn't always the easiest thing for a pro coach to arrange. "That depends on who the...
  • Sky-Fever preview: Despite tough start for both teams, not time to panic

    Sky-Fever preview: Despite tough start for both teams, not time to panic
    Call it just their luck or a statistical quirk that happens early in a season, but the Chicago Sky are the only WNBA team that has averaged more points per game than they've allowed (84.3 versus 80) yet has a losing record. On top of that, they're...
  • Delle Donne Leads Sky To Rout Of Fever

    Elena Delle Donne scored 24 points — her lowest output of the season — and had nine rebounds as the Chicago Sky dominated the Indiana Fever 98-72 on Sunday in Indianapolis. Delle Donne's first three-pointer put Chicago (2-2) up 9-2, and the...
  • Sky's Tamera Young out after thumb surgery, Elena Delle Donne honored

    Sky's Tamera Young out after thumb surgery, Elena Delle Donne honored
    Chicago Sky forward Tamera Young had surgery to repair a ligament in her right thumb on Monday and will be out indefinitely. The seven-year veteran has averaged 4.8 points and 3.3 rebounds per game in four games. She scored 6 points and grabbed seven...
  • Sky get Allie Quigley back in time for Friday's game vs. Atlanta

    Sky get Allie Quigley back in time for Friday's game vs. Atlanta
    After losing defensive standout Tamera Young indefinitely to thumb surgery on Monday, the Chicago Sky will get a boost with Allie Quigley's return on Wednesday. The Sky were prepared to lose Quigley for most of June while she played for the Hungarian...
  • Thomas' Final-Seconds Free Throws Propel Sun

     Thomas' Final-Seconds Free Throws Propel Sun
    UNCASVILLE — This new WNBA season is barely a week old, but Thursday the Connecticut Sun were faced with an age-old problem against the Chicago Sky. The Sun needed to slow Chicago's offense, stop it really. The Sky had scored 188 points in their...
  • Elena Delle Donne makes Cappie Pondexter's hometown Sky debut a rout

     Elena Delle Donne makes Cappie Pondexter's hometown Sky debut a rout
    Cappie Pondexter must have touched all parts of the rim. The Marshall High product was making her long anticipated debut with the Sky before a crowd of 8,123 at Allstate Arena on Friday night, and her shot just wasn't cooperating. Pondexter missed 8...
  • Sky looking to build off postseason success of last season

     Sky looking to build off postseason success of last season
    Two seasons ago, the Sky made their first playoffs. Last season they reached the WNBA Finals for the first time. Right or wrong, the 10-year-old franchise bears the weight of championship-or-bust expectations. The players know it. "With the skills we...
  • Sky cut Courtney Clements, prepare to lose Allie Quigley temporarily

    Sky cut Courtney Clements, prepare to lose Allie Quigley temporarily
    The Sky have waived Courtney Clements, paring their roster to 14 players. The 6-foot guard made one start and played in all but one game last season, and scored 2.7 points per game. The Sky acquired the former San Diego State Aztec and a 2015 second-...
  • Sky's Michael Alter part of group that will vet Isiah Thomas

    Sky's Michael Alter part of group that will vet Isiah Thomas
    Chicago Sky owner Michael Alter has joined a committee that will recommend whether or not Isiah Thomas is fit to become a partial owner of the New York Liberty. Thomas' appointment by New York Knicks and Liberty owner James Dolan as president and...
  • Sun Show Chemistry In Rout of China

     Sun Show Chemistry In Rout of China
    UNCASVILLE — Since there are only three preseason games before the Connecticut Sun begin the season on June 5, practice takes on as much importance as games. Sun coach Anne Donovan knew she was going to get an eyeful this week since the Sun...