The Minnesota Lynx (1-1) look to bounce back Thursday night versus Chicago Sky (2-0) in Bradenton, Fla. Minnesota carries a three-game winning streak against Chicago into the matchup, dating back to May 25, 2019.
Tuesday night was a tough one for the Lynx as they fell to the Seattle Storm, 90-66. Despite the loss, Minnesota center Sylvia Fowles took the crown as WNBA’s all-time leading rebounder, compiling a double-double of double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds in the process. Lynx forward Damiris Dantas led the way for Cheryl Reeve’s squad, scoring 18 points and grabbing seven rebounds.
The Sky are off to a hot start, coming on the heels of a 96-78 win over the Los Angeles Sparks to move to 2-0 on Tuesday. Sky forward Kahleah Copper had herself a game with 21 points and nine rebounds alongside center Azurá Stevens who also had 21 points and eight rebounds.
TV Information: 7pm CT, Fox Sports North / NBA TV
Injury Report: Lexie Brown (concussion protocol) is QUESTIONABLE, and Karima Christmas-Kelly (Achilles injury) is OUT.
G – Shenise Johnson
G – Lexie Brown
F – Napheesa Collier
F – Damiris Dantas
C – Sylvia Fowles
G – Courtney Vandersloot
G – Allie Quigley
F – Cheyenne Parker
F – Kahleah Copper
C – Azurá Stevens