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Hello everyone, my name is Carlos. I'm an aspiring sports journalist. My passion for sports came to me as a child watching Chicago sports, specifically MJ retiring and Sammy Sosa corking his bats. But that's all in the past. Looking towards the future however, I hope you enjoy my two cents as they're just as valuable as yours. Carlos

Rising to the occasion

The Chicago Sky entered their game against Minnesota without their leading scorer Elena Delle Donne. The team came together behind the leadership of one of their key veterans, to fill the void of Delle Donne.

Focus needed on defense for the Sky

The Chicago Sky’s offense can keep up with any team in the league. However, in order to make a deep playoff run, their defense will need to tighten up.

She might be unsung, but Tamera Young is key for Chicago

Tamera Young exploded offensively for the Chicago Sky in their hard fought win over the Seattle Storm.

Today it's ALL about Sheryl Swoopes

It was a great day for Loyola Women's Basketball and their head coach Sheryl Swoopes today.

Battle of the Purple Line goes to DePaul

Megan Podkowa was a woman on a mission, and she wouldn't be denied. Her career night was something to behold.

Just two words: Breanna Stewart

DePaul was with No. 1 UConn for most of the night, but there is one thing the Huskies had on their side: Breanna Stewart.

Chicago State no match for #20 DePaul

Megan Podkowa and Jessica January score in double-figures to lead DePaul to 88-42 rout of the Chicago State Cougars.

Millender's play helps DePaul reach WNIT Finals

Megan Podkowa and Brooke Schulte guide DePaul to WNIT Championship after beating the Indiana Hoosiers 84-69 in the WNIT Semifinals.

Allie Quigley was invaluable tonight

A few years ago Allie Quigley wasn’t on a WNBA roster. Tonight she led the Sky to a Game 1 victory over the Indiana Fever.

Chicago Sky's 2nd MVP: Courtney Vandersloot

All the attention might be on the recently crowned MVP Elena Delle Donne. It's the play of Courtney Vandersloot however, that will guide the Sky back to the WNBA Finals.