The dream for the WNBA championship for the four remaining teams is closer and closer. In this game, CHicago Sky host the Connecticut in a series that is tied one-one. More about CHI vs CON Dream11 will be provided here.
It was clear in the last match that Chicago Sky has taken a toll due to a bust travelling schedule. The team has had to make multiple trips since last week and in Game 1, played in a double-Overtime against a physical Sun team. In the last game, the team was feeling its legs for sure and that showed with the shots falling short.
The last match was played at a pace that Sun likes and in the second half, the team took care of Sky’s running game. The strategy was simple, put more ball pressure on the Sky’s guards, especially Vandersloot, who fluffed the ball six times in the game. The Sun can play pincer defense and it is not a surprise they held Sky under 70 in last match.
So what adjustments will the Sky make at home floor? The squad certainly needs more from Diamond DeShields and Stefanie Dolson. Sun showed their depth in the last game with Alyssa Thomas killing the Sky. How will Sky tackle the physicality in the next game? Will Sun keep it in a 70-80 points range? We will find out!
Host: Chicago Sky
Visitors: Connecticut Sun
Match Timing: 03 October 2021, @ 10:30 PM
Venue: Wintrust Arena
The match will be played at Chicago Sky’s home court Wintrust Arena.
Chicago Sky | Connecticut Sun
Games: 04| 02
Wins: 03 | 01
Defeats: 00| 01
A lot of options are available but Candace Parker stuffs the stat sheet with her points, assists, steals, blocks, and rebounds on a regular basis
Jonquel Jones can be taken as a Super/Pro Player in the Dream11 Fantasy Basketball lineup.
*Points, rebounds, steals, blocks, and assists from the last game*
Jonquel is the reigning MVP of the league and makes life hell for the opposing players. Her tall and lanky frame allows her to finish inside, while her sweet shooting stroke makes her shoot over defenders. She also led the league in rebounds per game. Her defense makes her a complete player. She is coming into the game after an off-nght, shooting 2/9.
Parker has been one of the best players in the league for more than a decade. She starts her offense usually around the three-point line and can either rain it from long range or take it inside. Her stellar rebounding combined with elite defense make her an all-around threat. Cnadance led the team in blocks and rebounds during the last match.
Brionna bagged home the most-improved player award. She is a tenacious inside player who uses her flexibility and size to finish inside. Her strong hands allow her to catch tough passes inside and her rebounding allow she to get second-chance points.
Courtney is one of the best passers to play the game of basketball. She can create chances off tough angles and her open-court passing allows Sky to run on fast-breaks. Vandersloot had a record-breaking night in Game 1 but committed 6 turnovers in the last game.
Bonner is a dynamic scoring Forward. She uses her athleticism to either finish inside and can also shoot tough jumpers around perimeter. DeWanna is tough on defense and also can dish out dimes while hoarding rebounds. She made important shots in the last game and made 6/13 field goals.
Copper is one of the toughest and athletic forwards in the league. She has a wonderful hangitme and can finish at the rim taking heavy contact. Kahleah can go on shooting spurts and is a viable shooter as well. She will like to shoot better than 4/11 that she did in Game 1.
PF: Candace Parker
SF: Kahleah Copper
C: Azurá Stevens
SG: Allie Quigley
PG: Courtney Vandersloot
Bench: Ruthy Hebard, Astou Ndour-Fall, Diamond DeShields, Lexie Brown, Stefanie Dolson, Dana Evans.
Chicago Sky Squad: Courtney Vandersloot, Lexie Brown, Kahleah Copper, Diamond DeShields, Stefanie Dolson, Dana Evans, Ruthy Hebard, Astou Ndour-Fall, Candace Parker, Allie Quigley, Azurá Stevens.
Bench: Stephanie Jones, Beatrice Mompremier, Alyssa Thomas, Emma Cannon, DiJonai Carrington, Kaila Charles, Natisha Hiedeman
Connecticut Sun Squad: Beatrice Mompremier, Jasmine Thomas, Alyssa Thomas, DeWanna Bonner, Emma Cannon, DiJonai Carrington, Kaila Charles, Natisha Hiedeman, Briann January, Jonquel Jones, Brionna Jones, Stephanie Jones.
This game is available on WNBA League Pass. The post-match highlights can be enjoyed on WNBA’s official YouTube channel.
None. No official streaming of WNBA Playoffs in India.