The Chicago Sky pull off the biggest comeback in WNBA history

Las Chicago Sky achieved this Tuesday the biggest comeback in history of the WNBA by beating Las Vegas Aces a match that they lost 28 points (95-104).

Reigning WNBA champions, the Sky started this game badly as the Aces endorsed them with a resounding 41-18 run in the first quarter that included an overwhelming 23-0 run.

The advantage increased to +28 in the absence of 7.25 for the break (51-23), but from then on the spectacular reaction of the Chicago team began.

The second quarter ended 21-33 for the Sky, with which the difference before going through the changing rooms reduced to +11 (62-51); and after the break the Chicago team did not slow down, with an 11-30 run in the third quarter (including a 0-18 run) they turned the score around.

Courtney Vandersloot (25 points, 8 assists and 3 rebounds), Candace Parker (17 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists), Azurá Stevens (19 points and 7 rebounds), Emma Meesseman (17 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists) and Allie Quigley (13 points and 7 assists) led the Sky exhibition, which scored the 57.3% of his shots (48% in triples) and distributed 34 assists in total.

For the Aces, Jackie Young (23 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists) and Kelsey Plum (22 points and 7 assists) and A’ja Wilson (16 points and 11 rebounds) were the top scorers.

The Aces, trained by Becky Hammonson Western Conference leaders (13-3) while the Sky are second in the east (11-5) to a single victory of the Connecticut Sun (12-5).

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