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Shooters Are Back In Town: Chicago Sky Re-Sign Allie Quigley

With Allie Quigley back, the Sky have returned all of their shooters. Chicago is still the WNBA team to beat in 2022.

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After Courtney Vandersloot re-signed with the Chicago Sky, it was almost inevitable that Allie Quigley would follow suit. As expected, the three-time All-Star and the final piece to coach James Wade’s starting five re-signed to stay in Chicago on a one-year deal. Both signings are expected to be announced Thursday afternoon.

“My job as a GM is to put the best and most complementary team on the floor,” said Wade. “That’s what we are working hard to do. We want a team that complements the window of where our players are in their careers. Hopefully we’ve done that. Time will tell.”

The 39.9 percent three-point shooter will add significant depth to the Sky’s offense. Quigley was a crucial piece to the 2021 championship run, as she averaged 15.2 PPG, a 36.5 three-point percentage, and 2.9 RPG during the postseason.

With Allie Quigley back, the Sky have returned all of their shooters. Chicago is still the WNBA team to beat in 2022.

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