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Vandersloot Officially First Player in WNBA History to Average 10.0 APG in Season

September 15, 2020 - Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) - Chicago Sky News Release

BRADENTON, FLA. - Chicago Sky guard Courtney Vandersloot has made history once again, this time becoming the first player in the history of the WNBA to average double-digit assists in a season. Vandersloot earned her fourth consecutive WNBA Peak Performer award after dishing out 220 assists across 22 games, a WNBA-record 10.0 APG, breaking her previous record of 9.1 assists set last season.

"When you're looking back at the record books, this is going to be one of the many things that's going to solidify her as an all-time great," General Manager and Head Coach James Wade said.

Vandersloot and the Chicago Sky shattered another league record when the team ended the 2020 regular season averaging the highest field goal percentage of all-time, shooting a record 49.1% from the field. This tops the previous WNBA record for field goal percentage set by the Los Angeles Sparks (48.7%) in 2016.

For the first game of the 2020 WNBA Playoffs' single-elimination opening round, the Chicago Sky (No. 6) face the Connecticut Sun (No. 7) tonight at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN 2. Please see below for the team's schedule and media availability leading up to the event:

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