Thursday, August 6, 2020
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Sky hand Mystics their first loss of the season, 88-86

Bouncing back from a tough loss on Thursday night, the Sky handed the Washington Mystics their first loss of the season two nights later,...

Sky’s late effort isn’t enough, as Lynx prevail 83-81

Unable to score two layups in the game's closing seconds, the Chicago Sky lost a hard-fought game to the Minnesota Lynx Thursday, 83-81. It was...

Sky schools Sparks, 96-78, without key personnel

For the second time in three days, the Chicago Sky notched an impressive win without key players. Tuesday was perhaps the biggest surprise, as the...

Sky rally from behind to take down Aces, 88-86

The Chicago Sky came from behind to extract revenge on the Las Vegas Aces, 88-86, in their season opener Sunday. Kahleah Copper, who started in...

One-on-one with Chicago Sky forward Azurá Stevens

In February the Chicago Sky traded their 2019 first round pick, Katie Lou Samuelson, and a 2021 first round pick to the Dallas Wings...

Hebard making strides and fitting in during first week

When the Chicago Sky took Oregon forward Ruthy Hebard with their eighth pick in April's draft, much was made of the easygoing All-American returning...

Chemistry-laden Chicago Sky have redemption on their minds

As the WNBA prepares to play a shortened game slate in a quarantine situation for the first time in sports history, one team is...

Player of the Year candidate Ionescu much more than a triple-double...

One of the best overall players in the country, Oregon junior guard Sabrina Ionescu, is known to casual fans almost exclusively for a single...

No. 5 Oregon uses full-court attack to rout UCLA, 72-52

Los Angeles - No. 5 Oregon's high-octane performances on both ends of the court made for easy containment of UCLA Sunday, 72-52. Ruthy Hebard and...

Ionescu sets new career-high as Ducks claim first Pac-12 Tournament title

Seattle - Oregon had already made program history by earning a spot in Sunday’s Pac-12 Tournament title game. But the Ducks — and Sabrina Ionescu...