WNBA Report: Chicago Sky Crushed Seattle Storm by Four Points


Chicago Sky hammered the Seattle Storm with a score of 78-74 on Wednesday at Wintrust Arena in Chicago. Thanks to the formidable combination of Allie Quigley and Emma Meesseman, who put 34 points on the board. The former scored the team-best 18 points and made four rebounds and three assists, while the latter had grabbed 16 points, making ten rebounds and six assists.

The duo dislodged Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd’s 42 points with sheer nonchalance. Stewart scored a game-high 24 points with three rebounds and an assist, while Loyd chipped in with 18 points to her name, five rebounds, and four assists.

Sky made an aggressive start to the game, but the Storm replied well later in the quarter to finish the first quarter with 19 points each on the board. In the second quarter of the game, the Sky put themselves in the driving seat, going up 16-12. The Storm, on the other hand, remained unable to dislodge the four points lead on the board, but they played exceptionally well, squaring the next two quarters with scores of 21-21 and 22-22 respectively.

Courtney Vandersloot less Chicago played incredibly well. Meesseman’s assists tormented the game for the Sky, and the way she pulled off 16 points was marvelous. She and the Quigley went nuts, thrashing the Storms. They are now looking promising to win their upcoming matchups.

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