Sky rookie guard/forward Elena Delle Donne has been named WNBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for a second straight week, the WNBA announced Monday. Delle Donne captured her first Player of the Week award (insert the link for last week’s story about her award) for her achievements during the week of June 24-30.

Delle Donne led the charge for the Chicago Sky during their July 2 and July 7 games against the Seattle Storm and New York Liberty.

On July 2, Delle Donne marked the first double-double of her career, making 12 points and taking down 12 rebounds. Her 12 rebounds were a season best, helping the Sky to outrebound the Storm 41-36. She continued to show her accuracy on the free throw line when she went 6-6, accomplishing her seventh perfect game from the charity line.

Delle Donne also led the Sky to their biggest win this season, defeating the New York Liberty 93-64 on July 7 in Newark. She totaled 20 points, six rebounds, two assists and again shot 100% from the free throw line. This game marks her seventh 20-plus point game this season.

With a 95.5% free throw percentage this season, Delle Donne tops the league. Her point totals this week have earned her a fourth place ranking in the league in points per game (18.9) and total points (227). With two blocks over the course of the week, Delle Donne maintains her fifth place league ranking (1.92 bpg).

After the Sky’s first twelve games, Delle Donne is averaging six rebounds, two assists and a 42.9% three point shooting percentage.

On July 2, the league announced that Delle Donne is the leader in the WNBA All-Star Ballot presented by Boost Mobile through early returns. Leading by over 1,000 votes, Delle Donne is shining through a league of talents including Candace Parker, Maya Moore and Diana Taurasi. If Delle Donne is named the winner after voting ends on July 14 she will become the first rookie to earn this top All-Star spot.

Los Angeles’ Candace Parker was named Western Conference Player of the Week. Other candidates for WNBA Players of the Week were Washington’s Crystal Langhorne in the East as well as Los Angeles’ Nneka Ogwumike and Kristi Toliver in the West.