It’s an early one on Wednesday as the Chicago Sky take on the Connecticut Sun at 11:00 AM CT at home.
When these two teams last faced off on June 10, the Sky took down the Sun 83-79. Emma Meesseman led the way with 26 points and five rebounds.
The Sky are currently on a three-game winning streak, taking down the Las Vegas Aces, Los Angeles Sparks, and Minnesota Lynx during that stretch.
Courtney Vandersloot has been on fire, earning WNBA Player of the Week honors on Monday after a series of impressive showings. She averaged 19.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game during the week and capped it off with a game-winner against the Lynx on Sunday.
Connecticut is 3-2 over its last five games. The Sun took down Atalanta twice and Seattle once but fell to the Liberty and Mystics during that stretch.
One of the most consistent teams in the last few years, the Sun have a loaded squad that features DeWanna Bonner, Jonquel Jones, and Alyssa Thomas.
Connecticut currently leads the league in rebounds per game (36.6) and ranks top-five in points (third), assists (third), steals (third), field goal percentage (second), and free throw percentage (fifth) per game.
In a matchup that features the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, tomorrow’s matinee game should be an intense matchup. Tune in.
How to Watch
What: Connecticut Sun at Chicago Sky
When: Wednesday, June 29 at 11:00 AM CT
Where: Wintrust Arena; Chicago, IL
TV: NBA TV, Marquee Sports Network, NESN, NBA TV CANADA
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