" The Sky (8-9) have lost seven of eight games since Prince was... Suspended Gonzaga center Josh Heytvelt pleaded not guilty to a charge of felony possession of a controlled substance and was placed in a diversion program that will clear his record if he stays...Sky coach Pokey Chatman said Friday she thinks injured All-Star center Sylvia Fowles will be back in action midway through the WNBA season. The Sky have suffered what could be a significant blow to their hopes of repeating as Eastern Conference champions.Sky guard Epiphanny Prince, who was leading the WNBA in scoring before she broke her right foot June 16, says she plans to return when the team resumes play Aug. "I'm doing pretty well," Prince said Thursday during a team event at Joe's Sports Bar.
It speaks volumes to what's going on here."She will take over a team that has a rich history in the WNBA, winning a title in 2012 and reaching the playoffs in each of the past 12 seasons.Over the past six seasons, the Sky amassed a regular season record of 106-98 including an 18-16 campaign in 2016.The Sky lost in the WNBA semifinals this year to the eventual WNBA Champion LA Sparks.Chatman’s tenure was highlighted by two important franchise firsts: a first-ever playoff appearance in 2013 and a trip to the WNBA Finals in 2014.Following these two playoff runs, though, the Sky exited early the past two seasons in the playoffs.