Elena Delle Donne leads Mystics to win over Sky in return to Chicago

 

Excelle Sports

Elena Delle Donne scored 21 points to lead the Washington Mystics to an 82-67 win over the Chicago Sky in Delle Donne’s return…

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Delle Donne returns to Chicago as Sky host Mystics

 

Yahoo Sports

The former Chicago Sky star and 2015 WNBA Most Valuable Player was traded to the Mystics in the offseason, a…

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Getting “On the Beat” With the Chicago Sky

 

Skokie Patch

Founded in 2006, the Chicago Sky is a team in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Originally playing their home games…

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Elena Delle Donne has a successful return to Chicago in a win over the Sky

 

CLTV

Die hard fans of the Chicago Sky had trouble looking at the court when they first arrived at…

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Delle Donne leads Mystics over Chicago Sky

 

Daily Herald

The two teams involved in one of the biggest trades of the WNBA off-season had their first…

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Sky Can’t Stop Elena Delle Donne In Her Return To Chicago

 

Shattered Backboard

You knew that as soon as the trade that sent Elena Delle Donne to the Washington Mystics was finalized, fans…

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Elena Delle Donne leads Mystics to road win in first trip back to Chicago

 

ESPN

Elena Delle Donne’s return to face the Chicago Sky on Wednesday wasn’t a prime-time affair — which…

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Delle Donne returns to Chicago as Sky host Mystics

 

Fox Sports

Elena Delle Donne returns to Allstate Arena on Wednesday, this time as part of the…

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Delle Donne returns to city — Chicago — she left behind

 

SBNation

As the Washington Mystics prepare to take the court against Chicago, all eyes are on the tension-filled return of…

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Elena Delle Donne returns for showdown against Sky

 

Chicago Tribune

When former Sky star Elena Delle Donne arrived in Chicago earlier this week, her plans included taking in a Cubs game, eating…

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MSU’s Tori Jankoska cut by Chicago Sky

 

Lansing State Journal

Tori Jankoska, who was selected with the No. 9 overall pick in this year’s WNBA draft, was…

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SKY COACH AMBER STOCKS PREVIEWS NEW SEASON

 

CSN Chicago

The Chicago Sky feel optimistic entering the 2017 season with all the changes on the roster…

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SKY COACH AMBER STOCKS PREVIEWS NEW SEASON

 

CSN Chicago

Chicago Sky head coach Amber Stocks previews the 2017 season and how her team is shaping up…

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Boyette learns from experience, ready for enhanced role with Sky

 

Chicago Sun-Times

Sky center Imani Boyette describes herself as a nervous wreck. So when it comes to evaluating her first WNBA season, Boyette points to anxiousness and a seasonlong learning curve that caused her to hit a rookie wall…

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Exciting Duos To Watch This WNBA Season

 

WNBA

Building team chemistry in the WNBA can be challenging. The short training camp sees players filtering in from Europe, and everyone shares limited playing time in preseason games. Yet, it’s in that time that each WNBA team finds a rhythm and their players begin to click.

As teams begin to round into form before the season, here is a dynamic duo from each WNBA club that can give opponents fits on any given night…

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‘This team is gonna fight, this team is tough and this team is a lot of fun’

 

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Sky players dicuss team dynamics with new coach Amber Stocks at media day on May 10, 2017…

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Sky’s Cheyenne Parker ready to surprise people

 

Chicago Tribune

Unprompted, veteran Sky guard Cappie Pondexter told reporters at media day Wednesday which teammate to keep an eye on.

“Cheyenne Parker is really going to surprise some people,” Pondexter said. “Her training camp has been spectacular. She has grown tremendously. I think she’s going to surprise a lot of people. She’s really expanded her game.”

That would be welcome news for the Sky, who need new contributors in a post-Elena Delle Donne era…

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Stefanie joins Sarah to talk about her move to Chicago

 

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Stef Dolson Misses Bria Hartley, And D.C., But UConn Grad Content In Chicago

 

Hartford Courant

She met two of her new teammates during her first week in Chicago. She peppered them with questions, learned as much as she could, and made friends.
The rest arrived over the next week and Stefanie Dolson continued working the room. More chatting, more joking, more questions…

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Imani Boyette vs. Stefanie Dolson: “I hate Connecticut”

 

Summit Hoops

I am writing this while on a three-hour flight to Connecticut. Once I land in Connecticut, I will board a charter bus and drive an hour from Hartford to Uncasville. The only positive thing about this trip is that it means season is around the corner, that I will get to put on the jersey for the first time in the 2017 season. Those that know me and/or follow me on Twitter know that the Nutmeg State is my least favorite state in the union…

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Summer Fun With the Chicago Sky

 

Make it Better

The Chicago Sky is a professional women’s basketball team and is part of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). The WNBA is the longest running female professional sports league in the world. Founded in 2005, the Chicago Sky became the first independently owned WNBA team in the country. Principal Owner Michael Alter is a Chicago native and president of the Alter Group, one of the country’s largest private commercial real estate development companies. Alter is also the founder and president of City Year Chicago…

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Sky to lean heavily on veteran Pondexter this season

 

Chicago Sun-Times

There was a time in Cappie Pondexter’s career when being the face of a franchise mattered.
But as the veteran Sky guard enters her 12th season and third with her hometown team, she no longer concerns herself with such things. Not when the former Marshall star and two-time Illinois Miss Basketball feels like the Sky has the potential to capture a title before she retires…

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Boyettes hope NFL draft makes them a Bears-Sky couple

 

Chicago Tribune

Hey, if Chicago Sky center Imani Boyette could get 50 Cent to a game with a Twitter campaign, why not try to get the Bears to draft her husband?
Or the Packers. Or the Colts.
Texas defensive tackle Paul Boyette Jr. and Imani know none of the NFL teams in or closest to Chicago are going to be swayed by a hashtag — even if #Bears4Boyette and #HireMyHusband have a nice alliteration to them — but they would like put their preferences out there, particularly if Boyette lands in the undrafted free agent pool…

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Texas two-step: How WNBA’s Imani Boyette and her NFL draft-prospect husband power through

 

ESPNW

When it comes down to the work of maintaining a successful long-distance relationship, Imani and Paul Boyette Jr. have had some practice. She is the 22-year-old center for the WNBA’s Chicago Sky, a 6-foot-7 menace in the paint. He is a 23-year-old NFL draft prospect, a 6-2, 300-pound defensive tackle space-eater out of Texas. Together, they make a cute couple… one with athlete power couple potential…

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