The MVP for Chicago was Epiphany Prince. She didn’t lead in scoring, but she was the leader. She kept the Chicago team going and I really like to see the leadership that she showed. She scored 20 points, and shot 57% from the Field. At the line, she was 100% shooting and making 2 shots. She had 1 defensive rebound that added an extra Chicago Possession. She dished 5 assists which tacked on extra 10 points and with out those points, Chicago would’ve finished the game with a loss. She also stole a ball from the defensive, once again, giving the Sky another possession. Epiphany made the first points of the game which really set the tone for the game. Sylvia Fowles did surpass Epiphany with points and rebounds but she wasn’t the leader. She scored 23 points and grabbed 3 rebounds. She also dished out 1 assist, grabbed one steal and blocked 2 shots. She had a great stat game but she really didn’t have a presence like Epiphany. Michelle Snow was really active on the defensive end grabbing 8 rebounds and 7 of those being defensive rebounds. She blocked 3 shots in this game as well. Catherine Kraayeveld also had a spectacular game. She grabbed 3 defensive rebounds and 1 offensive rebound. She added 4 points to the final score by dishing 2 assists to her teammates. She stole a ball once and ended the game with 19 points. She played a great game in this Chicago win.
Matee Ajavon had another great game. She averages 18.3 ppg but she scored 24 in their win against Washington. She was quick on the defensive boards grabbing 4 rebounds and she had 1 put back on offense. She also passed out 8 points to her teammates by racking up 4 assists. She ended the game with 5 personal fouls but not before she could have a great game as she did. Kelly Miller also played well in this game. She was 100% from the FT line as well as shooting 66% from the field. She recorded 4 rebounds, 2 on offense and 2 on defense. She too had 4 assists in this game as well as 1 assists and in 38:56 minutes of play, she scored 15 points.