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Stefanie Dolson Secures Spot at 2021 Tokyo Olympics for Team USA

WNBA Chicago Sky June 23, 2021 - CHICAGO - Chicago Sky center Stefanie Dolson is among four athletes who qualified USA Basketball for the inaugural 3×3 Olympic competition this summer to represent the USA at the Tokyo Games. Dolson (Chicago Sky/Connecticut/Port Jervis, N.Y.), will be joined by WNBA's Allisha Gray (Dallas Wings/South Carolina/Sandersville, Ga.), Kelsey Plum (Las Vegas Aces/Washington/Poway, Calif.) and Katie Lou Samuelson (Seattle Storm/Connecticut/Huntington Beach, Calif.). "I'm elated and honored to be a part of history," Dolson sa... Full Story

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Connecticut Sun vs Dallas Wings Game Notes

WNBA Connecticut Sun June 23, 2021 - Connecticut Sun 80, Dallas Wings 70 The Sun improved to 6-1 at home and 9-5 overall snapping a three-game losing streak. Connecticut which trailed 38-30 at halftime is now 3-3 when trailing at the half. Kaila Charles recorded the first double-double of her career as she scored in double figures for the fourth straight game. She finished with 12 points to go with a career-high 12 rebounds to give her 102 for her career. Charles led the Sun with nine points in the first quarter hitting 4 of 5 from the floor. DeWann... Full Story

Sky Win Sixth Straight; Achieve Six-Game Winning Streak for 3rd Time in Franchise History

WNBA Chicago Sky June 22, 2021 - TONIGHT'S GAME HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE * Chicago is now on a six-game winning streak, its longest win streak since 2013 (also six games). * Sky picked up its sixth win in the inaugural WNBA Commissioner's Cup. Chicago is now 6-2 in Cup games with two remaining on its schedule. * James Wade continued his pursuit of becoming the Sky's second-winningest coach of all-time, as he picked up his 40th victory as head coach. He is now just two wins from tying Steven Key for the second-most in franchise history (42). * Chicago ... Full Story

Stewart Receives Second Consecutive Player of the Week Honor

WNBA Seattle Storm June 21, 2021 - SEATTLE - Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart has been named WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive week, the league announced Monday. It is Stewart's third Player of the Week honor this season, and the ninth of her career. In two games against the Indiana Fever, Stewart averaged 20.5 points, 13.5 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game. She shot 52.9% from the field in the first matchup against the Fever for a team-leading 20 points, also adding 12 rebounds and five assists to her tota... Full Story

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