"We Did this for Each Other;" Chicago Sky Win 2021 WNBA Finals
The Chicago Sky defeated the Phoenix Mercury 80-74 in Game 4 of the 2021 WNBA Finals. With a 3-1 series win, the Chicago Sky are WNBA champions for the first time in franchise history. Tonight's officials were Roy Gulbeyan, Eric Brewton, Tiara Cruse and Isaac Barnett.
TODAY'S GAME HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
The Chicago Sky defeated the Phoenix Mercury 3-1 in the (best-of-five series) 2021 WNBA Finals to secure the franchise's first-ever WNBA title. In the 2021 WNBA Playoffs, the Sky won two single-elimination games, defeated the No. 1 seed in the Semifinals and became the first No. 6 seed to win the WNBA Finals.
Sky forward Kahleah Copper was awarded the 2021 WNBA Finals MVP Award, She finished Game 4 with 10 points and 2 rebounds.
Sky guard Allie Quigley was key in the team's fourth-quarter comeback and finished with 26 points (led Sky) while converting 50% of her shots from beyond the arc.
Sky forward Candace Parker finished with four steals against the Mercury on Sunday afternoon and became the third player in WNBA Finals history with at least 30 career steals in the Finals. She joins Maya Moore and Tamika Catchings in this exclusive club.
Media and Chicago Sky fans will be updated regarding an upcoming rally to celebrate the Chicago Sky's 2021 WNBA championship.
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