Chicago Sky Waives Victoria Macaulay, Linnae Harper, Hind Ben Abdelkader
CHICAGO - The Chicago Sky has waived center Victoria Macaulay and guards Linnae Harper and Hind Ben Abdelkader, the team announced today.
Chicago tips off the 2019 regular season this Saturday against the Minnesota Lynx at Target Center in Minneapolis. The Sky returns to home court on Saturday, June 1 to welcome the Seattle Storm for the team's home opener at Wintrust Arena.
Tickets are on sale now by calling (866) SKY-WNBA or by visiting sky.wnba.com.
2019 CHICAGO SKY ROSTER
NO. PLAYER POS HEIGHT EXP DOB COLLEGE
0 Chloe Jackson G 5-8 R 8/21/1996 Baylor
1 Diamond DeShields G 6-1 1 7/21/1995 Tennessee
2 Kahleah Copper G-F 6-1 3 4/7/1995 Rutgers
7 Jantel Lavender F-C 6-4 8 11/12/1988 Ohio State
14 Allie Quigley G 5-10 10 6/20/1986 DePaul
15 Gabby Williams F 5-11 1 9/9/1996 Connecticut
21 Jamierra Faulkner G 5-6 4 3/9/1992 Southern Mississippi
22 Courtney Vandersloot G 5-8 8 2/8/1989 Gonzaga
31 Stefanie Dolson C 6-5 5 1/8/1992 Connecticut
32 Cheyenne Parker F 6-4 4 8/22/1992 Middle Tennessee State
33 Katie Lou Samuelson G-F 6-3 R 6/13/1997 Connecticut
45 Astou Ndour C 6-5 3 8/22/1994 Senegal
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