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USA Basketball Girls' Clinic in Romeoville

Join the USA Basketball Women’s National Team and Youth Division in Chicago! Camp Location: Romeoville Athletic & Events Center 55 Phelps Avenue, Romeoville, IL 60446 –Open to Girls in Grades 8-12– REGISTER AT: http://usabskillscamp.eventzilla.net CAMP FEATURES: -Skill Stations & Activities -Advanced Level Instruction -Game Play Competition -Fitness & Wellness Sessions -Each Player Receives a USA... Read more »

Tamika Catchings Announces Her Retirement in 2016...and that makes me sad!

With a WNBA-record 10 consecutive playoff appearances, a WNBA Championship in 2012, and so many other accolades both on and off the basketball court, Tamika Catchings’ career now has an end date after she announced on Friday her intention to retire following the 2016 Olympics. Her statement follows: “I will be retiring in 2016, Lord... Read more »

Royal & Ancient Ain't What They Used to Be - Exclusionary!

R&A (Royal & Ancient) Golf Club finally wakes up and announces today that they will now allow female members….it only took 260 years for them to get with the program. The LPGA released a statement and it goes “the LPGA is happy to hear that the members of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club in... Read more »
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Chicago Sky Fall Basketball Clinics for Girls

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 16, 2014 Chicago Sky and Game On! Sports Camp 4 Girls Host Developmental Basketball Program CHICAGO — The Chicago Sky and Game On! Sports Camp 4 Girls will host a developmental basketball program for girls this fall. The program consists of nine classes for $162, starting on September 26th and running... Read more »

WNBA Finals Game 3 Sky vs. Mercury in Photos

87-82 Final – Phoenix Celebrates 2014 WNBA Championship                          

Sky's Season Swept Away by Phoenix

Game 3 of the WNBA Finals: The Chicago Sky’s valiant effort went for naught as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Sky literally at the bitter end. The game was close and the Sky led for more minutes than in the other two games combined, and even with Brittney Griner sidelined with an eye injury suffered... Read more »
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Phoenix Powerhouse Prevails Over Sky

The Phoenix Mercury looked like the best team in the WNBA once again tonight and trounced the Chicago Sky by 29 points – leading to another Finals record for biggest loss in Finals history. The Sky started out hanging pretty tough against the Mercury in the first quarter but by the second quarter and second... Read more »

Sky Blue After Mercury Rises

On paper, the Phoenix Mercury are a much stronger team and are predicted to sweep the series against the Chicago Sky. Unnfortunately, today on the court, the predictions played out in game one of the WNBA Championship in Phoenix as the Sky were routed 83-62. Lacking the scoring prowess of Sky superstar Elena Delle Donne,... Read more »

Chicago Sky Headed to WNBA Finals

In a game that saw Chicago Sky superstar Elena Delle Donne on the sidelines for most of the game with back problems, it came down to other players on the team having to step their games up a notch to beat the Indiana Fever…and step up their games they did as the Sky won pretty... Read more »
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Feverish Effort Keeps Sky in Playoffs

It may have taken two overtimes, but the Chicago Sky played another gutsy game against the team that has been the bane of their existence the last couple of years…the Indiana Fever. This was truly a team effort led by the Sky’s Super Center Sylvia Fowles who poured in 27 points, 7 rebounds and 3... Read more »