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Azurá Stevens, Courtney Vandersloot to Compete in 2022 WNBA All-Star Skills Challenge

The Chicago Sky duo will join a star-studded cast in the 2022 WNBA All-Star Skills Challenge.

Azura Stevens Courtney Vandersloot Chicago Sky WNBA Skills Challenge
Photos: WNBA.com

On Friday afternoon, the league announced the participants for the 2022 WNBA All-Star Skills Challenge. Azurá Stevens and Courtney Vandersloot will represent the Chicago Sky in the event.

Azurá Stevens will be making her WNBA All-Star Weekend debut Saturday. The center is currently averaging 10.9 points per game, knocking down 46.7% from the field. She only trails Candace Parker for most blocks on the team per game with 1.0.

This will be Courtney Vandersloot’s second time participating in the event. The Point God is having yet another highly productive season, putting up 11.3 points per game and shooting 48.0% from the field. She also leads the Chicago Sky in assists with 6.4 per game.

The two will accompany Rhyne Howard, Sabrina Ionescu, Jonquel Jones, Kelsey Plum, NaLyssa Smith, and Jackie Young. This star-studded cast should make for a highly intense competition.

The MTN DEW 3-Point Contest and WNBA Skills Challenge will not be open to the public. The participants will compete in front of an audience of participants from the Nike Tournament of Champions and Nike Girls Nationals.

How to Watch

What: 2022 WNBA All-Star Skills Challenge

When: Saturday, July 9 at 2:00 PM CT

Where: McCormick Place; Chicago, IL

TV: ESPN

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