How to Watch the WNBA: Sky vs. Sun | TV Channel, Streaming Info | May 25

The Connecticut Sun (4-0) will look to extend a four-game winning run when hitting the road against the Chicago Sky (2-1) on Saturday, May 25, 2024 at Wintrust Arena. It airs at 8:00 PM ET.

The game is on CBS Sports Network, MARQ, and NBCS-BOS, if you’re searching for how to watch.

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Sky vs. Sun Game Info

  • When: Saturday, May 25, 2024 at 8:00 PM ET
  • Where: Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois
  • TV: CBS Sports Network, MARQ, and NBCS-BOS
  • Live Stream: Fubo

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Sky Leaders (2023)

  • Marina Mabrey scored 15.0 points per game last season while also adding 3.6 assists.
  • Brianna Turner collected 6.3 rebounds per game.
  • Mabrey was prolific from the three-point line a season ago, hitting 2.3 per game.
  • Elizabeth Williams grabbed 1.3 steals and 1.5 blocks per game.

Sun Leaders (2023)

  • Alyssa Thomas averaged 9.9 rebounds and racked up 7.9 assists per game last season.
  • DeWanna Bonner had a strong season offensively, scoring 17.4 points per game.
  • Bonner was prolific from the three-point line a season ago, connecting on 1.9 per game.
  • Thomas grabbed 1.8 steals per game. Olivia Nelson-Ododa averaged 0.8 blocks a contest.

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Sky vs. Sun Matchup Statistics (2023)

  • Last year, the Sky scored 81.7 points per game, just 2.7 more points than the 79.0 the Sun gave up.
  • Chicago had a 15-4 record last season when putting up more than 79.0 points.
  • The Sun’s 82.7 points per game last year were only 0.7 fewer points than the 83.4 the Sky gave up.
  • When it scored more than 83.4 points last season, Connecticut went 15-6.
  • The Sky ranked fifth in the league averaging 99.2 points per 100 possessions on offense, and defensively were seventh, allowing 100.8 points per 100 possessions.
  • Chicago committed 13.5 turnovers per game (seventh in WNBA) while forcing 13.2 (fifth in league).
  • The Sun’s 100.6 points per 100 possessions on offense ranked fourth in the WNBA, and the 96.7 points they allowed per 100 possessions ranked second in the league.
  • The Sun committed 2.4 fewer turnovers per game than their opponents, averaging 12.4 (third in WNBA action) while forcing 14.8 (first in the league).
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