Halloween is just around the corner, so we’re celebrating with the Sky’s first-ever Spooky Speed Round challenge. Markeisha Gatling sat down with Sky staff to answer some questions about this haunted holiday. Click here to see what she thinks about Halloween.
As you may be aware, a very special young basketball player, Lauren Hill, is battling terminal brain cancer and has only months to live. In the face of insurmountable odds, her wish is simply to play one last game for her Mount St. Joseph team in Cincinnati. That game is scheduled for Nov 2. Click here to read more.
As we reflect on the Chicago Sky’s record-breaking 2014 season, we’d like to take a moment to look back at the achievements of each Sky player in 2014. Click here to read about Allie Quigley’s breakout season with the Sky.
During the 2014-15 offseason Sky guards Courtney Vandersloot and Allie Quigley will be teammates in Poland, playing for Wisla Can-Pack Krakow. Click here to read Allie’s blog about their overseas adventures.
During the 2014-15 offseason Sky center Sasha Goodlett will be playing in Korea for the second consecutive year. Click here to read Sasha’s blog about what she hopes to accomplish this season in Korea.
Are you, or someone in your family, battling cancer? Sky forward Jessica Breland overcame Hodgkin’s lymphoma to become a member of the 2014 Eastern Conference All-Star Team. Click here to read why Breland says, “It’s worth the fight”.
Head coach Pokey Chatman and star players Elena Delle Donne and Sylvia Fowles discuss their 87-82 game 3 loss against the Phoenix Mercury. Reviewing the performance of the team this past season, Pokey talks about the team's will to win, their ability to overcome adversity, and future plans for the Chicago Sky team. Sylvia discusses how proud she is of her teammates while Elena mentions taking the team's maturity into next season. Thank you sky fans for your support throughout the 2014 season!