- $65 for seating in section 105, 108, or 113 at your choice of five games (up to $108.75 value)
- $108 for seating in section 105, 108, or 113 at your choice of nine games (up to $183.75 value)
- $150 for seating in rows A–N of section 102, 103, 110, or 111 at your choice of five games (up to $198.75 value)
- $261 for seating in rows A–N of section 102, 103, 110, or 111 at your choice of nine games (up to $337.75 value)
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The Scouting Report
Coming off three consecutive playoff appearances, the Sky are poised for their first-ever ring in 2016. During their 2015 season, they recorded a WNBA-best 13–4 home-court record, aided by the cheering of hometown fans and their knowledge of which floorboards hid boobytraps. It was also a banner year for two-time All-Star Elena Delle Donne, who was named WNBA MVP by near-unanimous consent.
The 'K' of the Chicago Sky's logo towers above the other letters, two thin prongs poking out from the top—a nod to the most famous of the city's iconic buildings. Fittingly inspired by the Chicago skyline, the Sky's uniforms have represented the Windy City since 2005. In those years, some of the WNBA's top players have donned the blue and yellow threads, including 2015 MVP winner Elena Delle Donne, back-to-back Sixth Woman of the Year Allie Quigley, and seven-time All-Star Cappie Pondexter. The squad is currently led by Pokey Chatman, who enters her sixth season as the team’s head coach and GM.
Chicago Sky is also committed to inspiring future generations by showing some of the best female athletes in the world, delivering high-quality and affordable family entertainment through positive role models who lead both on and off the basketball court, while giving back to the Chicagoland community.