— Sylvia Fowles had 26 points and 11 rebounds as the Chicago Sky beat the Sun 92-80 Thursday night.
The Sun's Tim Charles came into the game with six consecutive double-doubles, one shy of the WNBA record, but was limited to five points and six rebounds
"I thought Sylvia played great against her tonight," said Sun coach
The Sky (7-9) were 19-for-28 from the field in the first half, a franchise record, and led 53-29 at the break. They hit 6 of 10 three-point shots in the half.
"It didn't matter what defense we were in," Thibault said.
The Sun rallied in the third quarter, outscoring the Sky 28-13 as Sandrine Gruda,
and Kara Lawson combined for 22 points.
Lawson hit a 38-foot three-pointer at the end of the quarter,
The Sun cut their deficit to eight with 3:51 to play, but Fowles scored six points in the next 2:21 to put the game away.
Gruda led the Sun (10-6) with 17 points and Jones scored 16.