Owner of the highest score in NBA or WNBA All-Star Three-Point Contest history, Allie Quigley of the Chicago Sky out-dueled Chris Paul on Sunday in the first-ever NBA H-O-R-S-E Challenge. Next, she faces crosstown rival Zack LaVine in the semifinals.
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Better late than never. Mainstream sports media and their adherents finally recognize what die-hard WNBA fans have known for a while: Allie Quigley, All-Star sharpshooter for the Chicago Sky, is a beast.
The two-time All-Star Three-Point Contest winner (2017, 2018) — and owner of the record for most threes made in the contest in NBA or WNBA history — finally got a spotlight worthy of her talent. Taking on NBA veteran Chris Paul in the NBA’s first-ever HORSE Challenge Sunday night, Quigley — sporting a Sky sweatshirt, blonde locks in her signature ponytail — appeared relaxed in her HOR-to-HORSE victory over Paul.
Next up, Quigley faces Zach LaVine of the Chicago Bulls in a hometown showdown (Thursday, April 16, 9 p.m. ET, on ESPN).
For those fresh on the Quigley bandwagon, catch up on what she accomplished on her way to becoming one of the best shooters on the planet:
- HORSE: It’s Quigley but no Catchings in the semis
- WNBA: Allie Quigley and Tamika Catchings prepare for NBA HORSE contest
- WNBA shooters Catchings, Quigley to take on NBA’s best in NBA HORSE Challenge
- Allie Quigley kept the three-point crown and set new NBA and WNBA record
- For Allie Quigley, deserved recognition in a tough season
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