Emma Meesseman

Chicago head coach James Wade stands in front of the scorer's table, looking towards the halfcourt, where an out-of-focus Sky combo forward Rebekah Gardner and Connecticut Sun big Alyssa Thomas stand

Chicago Sky show they can beat teams in a multitude of ways

By James Kay / June 24, 2022

Sky are 1.5 games behind first place after road trip

Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart dribbles past Minnesota Lynx combo forward Jessica Shepard

Daily Briefing — June 11, 2022: SKY HIGH — Chicago snaps Sun winning streak in Uncasville

By Em Adler / June 11, 2022

Late Storms in Dallas

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Everyone loves Emma Meesseman

By The Next / May 24, 2022

The Entertainment and Sports Arena where the Mystics currently play is ‘The House that Emma Meesseman Built’

Chicago Sky forward Emma Meesseman (right) greets her former teammate, Washington Mystics forward Myisha Hines-Allen, after the two teams played at the Entertainment and Sports Arena in Washington, DC, on May 22, 2022.

‘That’s my friend’: Hines-Allen, Mystics welcome back Emma Meesseman

By Jenn Hatfield / May 23, 2022

It was a subdued afternoon on the court for the Mystics but a heartfelt one off of it

2022 WNBA season preview: Chicago Sky

By James Kay / May 3, 2022

Four questions the Sky have to answer in 2022

Natasha Howard directing traffic.

EuroLeague 2022 year in review: Part II

By Antonio Losada / April 30, 2022

Closing the curtain on the 2022 EuroLeague season

EuroLeague 2022 year in review: Part I

By Antonio Losada / April 23, 2022

Which WNBA imports performed the best in the 2022 EuroLeague season?

Chicago Sky training camp Diary: Day 4

By James Kay / April 21, 2022

Ann Wauters and Emma Meesseman add new wrinkle to relationship

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Chicago Sky training camp diary: Days 1 and 2

By James Kay / April 18, 2022

Vandersloot: ‘It feels really good to be here’

Superlative performances from the EuroLeague regular season

By Antonio Losada / March 5, 2022

And a reshuffled EuroLeague postseason bracket, with a new No. 1 seed