The Chicago Sky made an impressive comeback against the Indiana Fever, winning 88-87 after being down by 15 points. Angel Reese, with her eighth consecutive double-double, played a key role in leading the Sky to victory. She scored 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, showcasing her determination and skill on the court.

In a post-game interview with ESPN, Reese expressed her competitive spirit, stating, “I’m a dog. You can’t teach that. I’m going to go out and do whatever it takes to win every single night.” Her energy and leadership were instrumental in motivating her teammates to push through the tough moments of the game.

Chennedy Carter, making only her third start of the season, also delivered a strong performance with 23 points and five rebounds. Rookie Kamilla Cardoso added 16 points and 10 rebounds, contributing to the team’s overall success. These three players were the top scorers for the Sky in the game.

On the opposing side, Caitlin Clark of the Indiana Fever had an outstanding performance, recording 17 points, 13 assists, and four steals. Despite her impressive stats, the Fever couldn’t secure the win, falling short in the final moments of the game. Clark set a franchise record for the most assists in a single game, showcasing her playmaking abilities and impact on the court.

As the game neared its end, the Fever had a chance to either win or force overtime, but a missed shot in the final minutes sealed their fate. Aliyah Boston’s 3-pointer brought Indiana within one point with 19.1 seconds remaining, but they were unable to score again. Boston finished with 18 points, seven rebounds, and six assists, while Kelsey Mitchell led the Fever with 24 points and NaLyssa Smith added 12 points and seven rebounds.

Despite Indiana’s efforts, they suffered their 11th loss of the season, dropping to a 7-11 record. The Chicago Sky’s victory marked their sixth win overall and their first against the Fever this season. The game was a thrilling display of talent and determination from both teams, keeping fans on the edge of their seats until the final buzzer.

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