Sky vs. Tulsa

Chicago and Tulsa previously met one time this season at Allstate Arena. The Tulsa Shock erased a seven-point deficit in the final minutes as the Chicago Sky fell in overtime 105-99. Jessica Breland turned in a career performance with 26 points, 10 rebounds, seven blocks and five assists. Epiphanny Prince added 24 points and eight assists, but the Sky could not overcome a 33-point outburst from Shock guard Skylar Diggins.

The first quarter began with a barrage of scoring from both teams. Tulsa went 5-for-5 from downtown and Roneeka Hodges chipped in 11 points. Prince and Breland scored eight points apiece in the opening minutes but the Shock took a 27-24 lead into the second quarter. The Sky regained the lead going into the fourth quarter, but a late surge by Tulsa evened the score, forcing overtime.

In the opening minutes of overtime, Sky forward Jessica Breland fouled out. Tulsa's scoring punch proved too much when Jordan Hooper hit a three pointer and Diggins hit a floater in the lane. The Sky had five players finish in double figures, including three off the bench.

Chicago enters Sunday's game after two wins against the Indiana Fever and Atlanta Dream. The Sky topped the Eastern Conference-leading Dream Friday night 79-75. Epiphanny Prince scored 21 points and Allie Quigley added 13 points off the bench. Sylvia Fowles finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds for her seventh consecutive double-double this season.

Chicago finishes up its three-game road swing at San Antonio on Tuesday, July 29. Watch the nationally televised battle between the Chicago Sky and San Antonio Stars beginning at 7:00 p.m. CT on ESPN2. ​