Kahleah Copper recorded her third career double-double (16 points and 11 rebounds) for the Chicago Sky (22-7) as the team scored an 89-81 win over the New York Liberty (10-18) on July 29 at Wintrust Arena.
It was the fourth and final meeting between the Sky and Liberty during the 2022 WNBA regular season. Azura Stevens scored her 1,000th career point during the contest and Courtney Vandersloot led Chicago, who played without All-Star Candace Parker, with 23 points.
Next, the Sky will play the Connecticut Sun on Sunday, July 31, in Connecticut. The tipoff at Mohegan Sun Arena is at 12 p.m. CT. The game will air on NBA TV, Marquee Sports Network, NESN+ and TSN.
The Chicago Cubs (41-58) defeated the San Francisco Giants (49-51) in California on July 29.
Patrick Wisdom homered again, while Marcus Stroman pitched six scoreless innings for his first win in more than two months, ESPN noted.
The teams play again Saturday, July 30.
As for the Chicago White Sox (49-50), they unexpectedly lost to the Oakland A's (39-63) 7-3 at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Oakland got its fourth straight winthe team's most this season.
White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson and manager Tony La Russa were ejected in the seventh inning after a heated argument with umpires over a called strike that appeared to be high.
The teams resume playing Saturday, July 30.