Tagged Katie Lou Samuelson

What Jantel Lavender’s Injury Means for Chicago Sky

With Jantel Lavender expected to miss eight to nine weeks after undergoing surgery on a fracture in her left foot, where do the Chicago Sky go from here?  Several hopeful contenders are just getting healthy at this point in the season. Lavender went down in Friday’s game at the Las Vegas Aces just as the…

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Sorting Out Chicago Sky’s Rotation as Jamierra Faulkner Returns

Once Jamierra Faulkner made her 2019 season debut last month, the Chicago Sky were finally able to get a look at their full team.  Faulkner suffered season-ending knee injuries in consecutive seasons. First came the left one, wiping away the entire 2017 season. She injured the right knee part-way through last season.  Unlike several other…

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What to Make of Chicago Sky’s Starting Lineup Change

The Chicago Sky are off to a 3-2 start and have already made a change to the starting lineup. Acquired before the start of the season in a deal with the Los Angeles Sparks, Jantel Lavender has replaced Gabby Williams on the starting front line next to Stefanie Dolson. The Sky are among the top…

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2019 WNBA Draft: Dream NCAAW Tournament Matchups

Rivalries can elevate a program, a conference, a player’s profile and an entire sport to new heights. Sadly, some of the top players in women’s college basketball have not had opportunities to square off with some of the top opponents at their position. Seeing top prospects pitted against one another consistently draws more of the…

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Katie Lou Samuelson 2019 WNBA Draft Scouting Report

UConn forward Katie Lou Samuelson is one of the best 3-point shooting prospects of the decade. She has managed to up her assist rate while cutting down turnovers across her first three seasons. All 12 WNBA teams could use a big wing with smarts and shooting, but how else can ‘Lou’ stand out at the…

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