After sacrifices to make superteam, Sky's repeat attempt could end in first round
Not long after the confetti from the Sky's first WNBA title was swept off the court last season at Wintrust Arena, they began plotting their repeat.
It started with making promises at the championship parade and rally. Coach/general manager James Wade told the thousands in attendance at Pritzker Pavilion last fall to remember where they were sitting because they would be there again in 2022. From there came the intimate conversations among teammates.
A repeat was a tall order, considering the number of free agents the Sky had coming off the title season. But Wade's core free agents -- Allie Quigley, Courtney Vandersloot and Kahleah Copper -- were confident the Sky could run it back if they all returned.
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