[Candice] asked for a trade a couple of months ago and I don't think her heart was in Chicago anymore and she wanted to move on. So as we got down in the process, this opportunity came up and I thought that if we are going to get rid of one very good player then to get two very good players back would be a good thing for the Sky and our goals of making this a championship team one day. Cappie's [trade demand] might have been out there a little bit longer, a little bit more known than Candice's...in the end, it was only going to be a few people that are on that level. Cappie starts it and then they looked at Candice as a next best available situation. Then I tried to get an All-Star back, which I did. And then I actually got another starter with Cathrine Kraayeveld. So I think that's what kinda got it going because with Phoenix beginning to realize that they needed to get something back, they needed to get something that was fairly comparable.- Chicago Sky coach and general manager Steven Key on how his team got involved in the WNBA's blockbuster three-team deal in a phone interview with Swish Appeal earlier today.