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Chicago Sky Remain the WNBA Team to Beat in 2022

Reports indicate the Sky have re-signed Courtney Vandersloot, which means Allie Quigley will most likely be back in 2022 as well.

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Friday brought a sigh of relief for Chicago Sky fans as reports surfaced indicating the team signed Courtney Vandersloot to a one-year deal. Prior to this news, the Sky’s chances of going back-to-back looked grim. However, bringing back Vandersloot guarantees them another opportunity to take it the distance again in 2022. It also means Allie Quigley will most likely be back in Chicago for the 2022 season as well.

Head coach and general manager James Wade said his priority is to keep the Sky’s core intact.

“The assist god” played a pivotal role in the Sky’s 2021 playoff run and was one of the main reasons the team won it all last season. Vandersloot averaged 13 PPG, 10.2 APG, and 5.4 RPG in the 2021 WNBA playoffs. In the regular season, she posted averages of 10.5 PPG, 8.6 APG, and 3.4 RPG.

Courtney Vandersloot’s impact on the court is unmatched and she will surely have a critical role as the Sky look to defend their title this season.

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