Diamond DeShields Makes History as Sky Close out Regular Season with Win
Diamond DeShields tied her career-high point total, tallying 30 while shooting 61.5% from the field. She is the first player to have 30+ points, 5+ rebounds, and 5+ assists off the bench in a WNBA game.
Sky guard Allie Quigley showed off her diverse skill set in tonight's win as she led the team with eight rebounds (just one off her season high) and was second on the team in points with 15. The DePaul product shot 57.1% from the field and made four out of seven of her three-point attempts.
Four Sky players scored 10+ points in tonight's win (Quigley, DeShields, Ndour-Fall, Copper).
Dana Evans logged a career-high 19 minutes and shot 60% from behind the arc.
NEXT UP: The sixth-seeded Chicago Sky and the seventh-seeded Dallas Wings will meet in a first-round single elimination matchup as part of the 2021 WNBA Playoffs on Thursday,
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Women's National Basketball Association Stories from September 19, 2021
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- Liberty Clinch First Playoff Berth Since 2017 - New York Liberty
- Sun Crush Dream to Close Regular Season - Connecticut Sun
- Postgame Notes: Connecticut 84, Atlanta 64 - Atlanta Dream
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- Dewanna Bonner Injury Update - Connecticut Sun
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