The Chicago Sky (25-8) extended their franchise record with their 25th victory, defeating the Connecticut Sun (22-11) 94-91 on Aug. 7 at Wintrust Arena in a game that was nationally televised on ABC.
Courtney Vandersloot led the team with 20 points while Candace Parker had 12 rebounds.
The sky led 31-14 after the first quarter but the Sun bounced right back to make the score 50-46 at halftime.
The Sky remain at home and will play the Seattle Storm on Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. The gamewhich will be the Storm's Sue Bird's last regular-season game against the Skywill air on NBA TV, The U, FOX 13 and TSN.
On Aug. 7, the Chicago Red Stars beat New Jersey/New York Gotham FC 2-0 at SeatGeek Stadium.
Orland Park native Tatumn Milazzo started the scoring for the Red Stars in the first half, and rookie Ava Cook added a goal of her own in the second half off of a free kick from Mallory Pugh.
The Red Stars will next take on Angel City FC on Sunday, Aug. 14, at 7 p.m. CT at Band of California Stadium.
On Aug. 6 (Saturday), the Chicago Fire FC (8-10-6) earned their second-consecutive victory on the road, defeating Charlotte FC 3-2 (9-13-2) at Bank of America Stadium.
Two goals by forward Kacper Przybyłko led the way as the victory propelled the team above the playoff line and stretched the team's unbeaten run to five matches.
The victory marked the first time the Fire has won four games during a five-game unbeaten run since June 10-July 5, 2017.
Chicago will travel to face Eastern Conference rival Philadelphia Union on Saturday, Aug. 13. Beginning at 6:30 p.m. CT, the match will be televised on WGN-TV and CF97 Live, and transmitted locally in Spanish on TUDN 1200 AM.
On Aug. 7, the Chicago White Sox (55-53) beat the host Texas Rangers (48-60) 8-2 in MLB action.
According to ESPN, Andrew Vaughn had a two-run home run among his three hits, Luis Robert hit a two-run double and AJ Pollock had two doubles as the team had 15 hits total.
The White Sox pulled within two games of first-place Minnesota in the AL Central and remained three games behind in the wild-card race.
The team played without All-Star shortstop Tim Anderson, who began serving a two-game suspension for making contact with plate umpire Nick Mahrley during an argument on July 29.
The White Sox next visit the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday, Aug. 9.
The Chicago Cubs (43-64) became the only pro sports team to fall on Aug. 7, losing to the Miami Marlins (49-59) at Wrigley Field.
In winning, Miami prevented a three-game sweep.
On Aug. 8, the Cubs will open a three-game series against the visiting Washington Nationals (36-74), one of the few teams to have a worse record than the North Siders.