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Sky improves to 7-1 with win over Seattle

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(Chicago) The Chicago Sky don't believe in second chances for their foes, and tonight was no exception as they held the Storm to three offensive rebounds in Chicago's 74-58 win. Dominating the glass all night, Sylvia Fowles recorded her eighth consecutive double-double (16 points and 15 rebounds) tying her WNBA single-season all-time mark set in 2011.

 As a team, the Sky absolutely owned the boards, winning the rebound battle 44-21, which turned into a 25-4 second chance point advantage.

 Epiphanny Prince, who leads the league in scoring at 25.3 points per game had 17 on the night including four three pointers. She also recorded a season-high seven assists. Ruth Riley tied her biggest offensive night of the season scoring 10 points. Tamera Young had her third straight double digit scoring night off the bench with 12.

 Ann Wauters paced the Storm with 12 points and eight rebounds in her first appearance at Allstate. Tina Thompson added 13 points off the bench. Sue Bird scored eight points and had 10 assists.

 The Sky (7-1) head to Indiana to play the Indiana Fever on Saturday, while the Storm (1-7) will visit Tulsa on Friday.

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