Crunch time is on in the WNBA and for two of the four teams remaining, it will take desperate measures. In the fourth game of the Semi-Finals, Chicago Sky looks to close out the series versus the Connecticut Sun. More about CHI vs CON Dream11 will be provided here.
Chicago Sky has hit form just at the right time. The team has won four of the five Playoff games and has seen certain players step up the game. Kahleah Copper has stepped up her game big time and will look to finish the business at home with authority.
Connecticut Sun has not been able to put consistent performances so far. MVP Jonquel Jones has gone ice cold after a Game 1 outing of 26 points and will need to pull off something huge for this game. The Sun has seen production from Alyssa Thomas off the bench but the Sky seems to have too many weapons.
Chicago has done an incredible job of pushing the ball up the floor at a brisk pace. This has allowed Kahleah to clinch points in the paint. Whereas Candace Parker has been careful with her shots and has been a stabilizing presence. The biggest credit for this run-and-gun goes to Courtney Vandersloot who is averaging 12.3 APG in the series and has also been big-time scoring-wise.
Can Sun bounce back to force Game 5 at their home floor or will Sky storm into the Finals?
Host: Chicago Sky
Visitors: Connecticut Sun
Match Timing: 07 October 2021, @ 05:30 AM
Venue: Wintrust Arena
The match will be played at Chicago Sky’s home court Wintrust Arena.
Chicago Sky | Connecticut Sun
Games: 05| 03
Wins: 04 | 01
Defeats: 01| 02
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
Alyssa Thomas has stepped her game up recently can be taken as a Super/Pro Player in the Dream11 Fantasy Basketball lineup.
*Points, rebounds, steals, blocks, and assists from the last game*
The reigning WNBA MVP has been a little short on scoring during the last two games. She has scored four and ten points in the last two games so she will look to bounce back in this game. Nonetheless, she led her squad in rebounds and blocks in the last match. How will the two-way stalwart respond in the must-win situation?
Parker has been careful with her shot selection and has given chances for her dynamic teammates to put in points. She has kept Jonquel quiet too and has done her bit at both ends. She will be huge whether she drops two or twenty points, such is the value of her presence.
Thomas has been the energy bunny off the bench. The athletic and intelligent player has scored in double-digits throughout the series and has given huge lift off the bench, especially late in the game. She will be needed in this game desperately by the Sun.
It is not a stretch to say that Courtney has been the most exceptional passer in the WNBA for the last few seasons. And then she elevated her passing game further in this series. She has dished 18, 6, and 13 assists in the first three games and has allowed the Sky to establish a running game through her crisp passing.
Bonner has found her groove at the right time. She has now scored efficiently in the last two games after a poor Game 1. She led the team in scoring during the last game and shot an excellent 7/11 from the field. Can DeWanna will her team to force Game 5?
Kahleah scored the most points for her team in the last game and has led them in most games during the Playoffs. She shot 9/14 from the floor in the last game including 3/6 from the three-point line. Copper has the form and tools to guide her team to the Finals.
Led her team in steals during the last match.
Quigley shot 4/7 from three in the last game.
Led her team in rebounds during the last game.
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.
• No injury to report so far.
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.
PF: DeWanna Bonner
SF: Jonquel Jones
C: Brionna Jones
SG: Briann January
PG: Jasmine Thomas
Bench: Stephanie Jones, Beatrice Mompremier, Alyssa Thomas, Emma Cannon, DiJonai Carrington, Kaila Charles, Natisha Hiedeman
• No injury to report so far.
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.
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This game is available on WNBA League Pass. The post-match highlights can be enjoyed on WNBA’s official YouTube channel.
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