Preseason Is Looking Good for The Sky

The Chicago Sky huddle up for a plan to defeat the Indiana Fever. / Photos by Lock

The WNBA preseason is under way and the Chicago Sky is looking good. The Sky beat the Indiana Fever 81-56 at the Wintrust Aena. Most people are wondering how the Sky would do this year losing key players over the off-season. The Sky lost Candice Parker, Courtney Vandersloot, Allie Quigley, Emma Meesseman, and Azura Stevens all players except of Meesseman were also apart of the championship team in 2021.

Sky guard Dana Evans.

The Sky looks to be a great defensive team this year forcing many turnovers leading to fast breaks points which helped the Sky take the game away from the Fevers. The Sky shoot 30 for 60 50% from the field.

Sky forward Isabelle Harrison poses with a young fan.

Seven players on the Sky squad hit at least one three to help the Sky secure the win The team members of the Chicago Sky also signed autographs after the game. The Sky home opener kicks off May 26th, so be sure to tune in or get you tickets now as the Sky look to take the league by storm. This weekend they will be taking on Minnesota in Paris.


By Christopher Lockridge

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Written by Christopher Lockridge

Hey. I'm Lock and I'm a very chill person. I adapt to my environment and I'm unpredictable, so expect the unexpected. 

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