Reese, Clark deliver with stars on hand for latest matchup between Sky, Fever

Angel Reese delivered a stellar performance, leading the Chicago Sky to a comeback victory against the Indiana Fever and her former college rival, Caitlin Clark. After the game, Reese shared a heartfelt embrace with Sheryl Swoopes, a Naismith Hall of Famer and one of her biggest supporters. The sellout crowd was filled with celebrities, adding to the electric atmosphere. Reese expressed her gratitude for Swoopes’ belief in her, stating that having someone like her in her corner has been invaluable. This highly anticipated matchup between some of the WNBA’s brightest young stars certainly lived up to its hype on a national stage.
In a remarkable performance, Reese delivered her finest performance yet, recording an impressive 25 points and 16 rebounds. Her outstanding efforts played a crucial role in the Sky’s incredible comeback from a 15-point deficit, resulting in a thrilling 88-87 victory over the Fever. Notably, Reese’s remarkable achievement extends her WNBA rookie record streak of securing double-doubles to an impressive eight consecutive games.

What makes Reese’s achievement even more remarkable is that she becomes the first rookie since A’ja Wilson to achieve the impressive feat of scoring 25 or more points and grabbing 15 or more rebounds in a single game. Furthermore, Reese and Wilson are the only players in the league this season to have multiple games with at least 15 points and 15 rebounds, highlighting their exceptional talents and contributions to their respective teams.