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Chicago Sky point guard Courtney Vandersloot, mid-air, releases a jump shot off her fingertips, as a Connecticut Sun defender watches on from either side of her

Takeaways from the Chicago Sky’s 2023 schedule

By James Kay / December 2, 2022

Chicago will play Connecticut four times in 2023

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Candace Parker’s return and its impact on the Chicago Sky offseason ahead

By The Next / December 1, 2022

Howard and James discuss Candace Parker’s return and what this means for Chicago

Chicago big Candace Parker walks up the court while flashing the "three" symbol with both hands high while Sky wing Kahleah Copper walks up confidently behind her, as the Aces walk away from them towards the Las Vegas sideline for a huddle

How Candace Parker’s planned WNBA return impacts the Chicago Sky

By James Kay / November 16, 2022

‘Right now, yeah, I’m game’

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Stella Johnson Day at Rider, where Lynn Milligan is building her next NCAA power in the MAAC

By The Next / October 12, 2022

Howard and coach Lynn Milligan discuss the upcoming Rider jersey retirement of Stella Johnson

Chicago Sky guard Allie Quigley (14) drives to the basket as Connecticut Sun forward DeWanna Bonner (24) defends during Game 3 of the WNBA semifinals at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., on Sept. 4, 2022. (Photo credit: Chris Poss)

Chicago Sky enter free agency with uncertainty after being upset in playoffs

By James Kay / September 10, 2022

Kahleah Copper: Loss to Connecticut ‘really hasn’t sunk in yet’

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Candace Parker and the Chicago Sky are on the brink, keys to Game 5 WNBA Playoffs 

By The Next / September 8, 2022

James Kay joins host Howard Megdal to discuss Game 5 predictions and what needs to change for the Sky to win

Sun off-ball guard DiJonai Carrington (21) drives to the basket. Sky poing guard Courtney Vandersloot (22) defends from the right, her arms are raised up. Sky off-ball guard Allie Quigley (14) defends from the left, her arms outstretched

Daily Briefing — Sept. 8, 2022: Sky return to Chicago for do-or-die Game 5

By Isabel Rodrigues / September 8, 2022

Plus: NCAA shoe deals and new hires

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Lin Dunn reflects on Sue Bird, charts course for NaLyssa Smith and the Indiana Fever 

By The Next / September 7, 2022

Howard and Lin Dunn discuss yesterday’s semifinal matches plus Dunn planning a new coach-lottery strategy to end Indiana’s bad luck and Sue Bird’s last game in a Seattle uniform

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Is Chicago Sky’s Emma Meesseman writing her Basketball Hall of Fame resume right now? 

By The Next / September 6, 2022

Howard was reminded of Robert Horry’s Hall of Fame case as he covered Emma Meesseman once again this weekend and wondered whether she is in fact on a Hall of Fame track

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After last two wins, the Chicago Sky may have clouded the Sun’s best chance to go to the Finals

By James Kay / September 5, 2022

Connecticut still searching for answers on offense