The Chicago Sky lost its fourth straight gamethis time, 82-79 in overtime to the Los Angeles Sparks on May 30 at Wintrust Arena.
It was the second time the Sky (2-4) lost to the Sparks in three days, having dropped a game to the same team in the same venue on May 28.
Sky guard Courtney Vandersloot played in her 300th career WNBA game. She is already the team's leader in most games played and total seasons with the franchise. She also scored a career-high 28 points, which was also the first time the veteran guard crossed the 20-point threshold this season.
This was Chicago's first overtime game since Sept. 6, 2019, when the Sky fell to the Connecticut Sun 109-104.
The Sky (2-4) finish their homestand on Tuesday, June 1, with a matchup against the Phoenix Mercury (3-3) at 7:30 p.m. CT. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN and TSN3. Phoenixwhich features players such as Diana Taurasi and 6'9" Brittney Grineris coming off an 89-85 victory over the Dallas Wings on May 29.