Emma Meesseman and Julie Alemand are on track at the WNBA’s Chicago Sky. The two Belgian cats each had their share with a 59-82 big win at Sparks from Los Angeles. Candace Parker was the night woman in her third WNBA triple-double.
Two days after the historic Topper in Las Vegas, Chicago traveled to the West Coast for a match against the Los Angeles Sparks.
From the throw-up, the defending champion dominated the match against the WNBA midfielder. Since the first quarter, it has been 12-27 in favor of Chicago.
Collaborate with Meesseman without having to go really deep. Just go through that line. In half time, the victory was already 25-54.
After the break, Chicago took off the accelerator and eventually won 59-82. Playing in just 18 minutes, Meesseman scored 11 points in five out of seven trials. She also won four rebounds and handed out four assists.
Alemand has a little longer play time than his fellow Belgian cats. She didn’t score in the 23rd minute on the parquet floor, but she gave out 6 assists. Her teammate Candace Parker was a woman who played against the former LA team in her third career, “Triple-Double” (10 points, 10 assists, 14 rebounds).
After a difficult start to the season, Chicago is slowly speeding up. He has won 8 of the last 10 games and finished second with 12 wins and 5 losses.