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MIN
Minutes Played
FGM-A
Field Goals Made-Attempted
FG%
Field Goal Percentage
3PM-A
Three Point Field Goals Made-Attempted
3P%
3 Point Field Goals Percentage
FTM-A
Free Throws Made-Attempted
FT%
Free Throw Percentage
+/-
Plus Minus
OREB
Offensive Rebounds
DREB
Defensive Rebounds
REB
Rebounds
AST
Assists
PF
Personal Fouls
STL
Steals
TO
Turnovers
BS
Blocked Shots
BA
Blocks Against
PTS
Points
MIN
Minutes Played
POSS
Possessions
Off Rtg
Offensive Rating
Def Rtg
Defensive Rating
Net Rtg
Net Rating
AST%
Assist Percentage
AST/TO
Assist to Turnover Ratio
OREB%
Offensive Rebound Percentage
DREB%
Defensive Rebound Percentage
REB%
Rebound Percentage
TO Ratio
Turnover Ratio
EFG%
Effective Field Goal Percentage
TS%
True Shooting Percentage
USG%
Usage Percentage
PACE
Pace
PIE
Player Impact Estimate

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MIN
Minutes Played
FGM-A
Field Goals Made-Attempted
FG%
Field Goal Percentage
3PM-A
Three Point Field Goals Made-Attempted
3P%
3 Point Field Goals Percentage
FTM-A
Free Throws Made-Attempted
FT%
Free Throw Percentage
+/-
Plus Minus
OREB
Offensive Rebounds
DREB
Defensive Rebounds
REB
Rebounds
AST
Assists
PF
Personal Fouls
STL
Steals
TO
Turnovers
BS
Blocked Shots
BA
Blocks Against
PTS
Points
MIN
Minutes Played
POSS
Possessions
Off Rtg
Offensive Rating
Def Rtg
Defensive Rating
Net Rtg
Net Rating
AST%
Assist Percentage
AST/TO
Assist to Turnover Ratio
OREB%
Offensive Rebound Percentage
DREB%
Defensive Rebound Percentage
REB%
Rebound Percentage
TO Ratio
Turnover Ratio
EFG%
Effective Field Goal Percentage
TS%
True Shooting Percentage
USG%
Usage Percentage
PACE
Pace
PIE
Player Impact Estimate

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Arena Stats

ARENA

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DURATION

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OFFICIALS

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Technical Fouls

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Scoring

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Save

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The Chicago Sky played back-to-back games during the preseason tournament hosted at the Mohegan Sun Arena. With game one under their belts, the Sky appeared more relaxed on court tonight as they faced off against the New York Liberty. The Sky offense was flowing and Chicago led New York by as many as 16 points which translated to a comfortable 86-75 win over The Liberty.

The Sky built a solid ten point lead over the Liberty in the first quarter but a lapse in focus by the Sky throughout the second quarter allowed the Liberty to outscore them 25-18 and the Sky headed to the break with a slim 47 - 44 advantage. After a tight battle in the third quarter the Sky again stepped up the intensity in the final quarter outscoring the Liberty 17 –11, led by veteran Cappie Pondexter, who closed out the game with 15 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals on shot 60% shooting from the field.

Tori Jankoska, a rookie drafted ninth overall out of Michigan State University, took advantage of every opportunity she had on the floor and knocked down 10 points in just 16 minutes. Keisha Hampton, another Sky newcomer, showed resilience on offense and defense for the second consecutive game contributing 12 points, 1 assist and 1 rebound and Tamera Young added another 10 points in an effort to secure the Sky victory.

The New York Liberty were tough in the paint and proved to be a solid adversary for the Sky. Tina Charles had 14 points, 3 rebound and 3 assists to lead the Liberty, and Sugar Rodgers was also efficient scoring 11 points in 15 minutes of action, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Sky’s offensive fire power.

The Sky return to Chicago to continue training camp with a 1-1 preseason record and will open the 2017 WNBA season on the road against the Minnesota Lynx on May 14 before hosting the Atlanta Dream on May 19 at Allstate Arena in their home opener.

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SEASON SERIES

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