Angel Reese and the Chicago Sky coach’s harsh criticism after her WNBA debut

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After a tough game against the Seattle Storm on Tuesday, Chicago Sky coach Teresa Weatherspoon shared her thoughts on Angel Reese’s contribution. Even though the Sky lost 77-68, Reese stood out by achieving her first professional double-double, scoring 11 points and grabbing 12 rebounds.

This milestone makes her just the second player in Sky history to record a double-double within their first five games.  Weatherspoon discussed about Reese’s determination and the intensity she brings to every game during her postgame comments.

“She’s a competitor. That’s it,” Weatherspoon said.  “She wants to compete and she does it. She knows everyone sees her as a rookie, but she just sees herself as a player.”

Reese’s fearless attitude and consistent effort are evident on the court. Despite any struggles she may face, fans can always expect her to give maximum effort.

Outstanding rookies

Reese is second in rookie scoring, averaging 12 points per game, and leads with 8.6 rebounds per game. She also became the third player in WNBA history to achieve 15 offensive rebounds in her first three games.

Cameron Brink, meanwhile, shows promise to potentially surpass both Reese and Caitlin Clark. Currently, Brink leads the WNBA in blocks per game with three, while also averaging 9.5 points and 5.3 rebounds.  Her versatility makes her a formidable opponent and a dark horse in the Rookie of the Year race. Additionally, No. 3 overall pick Kamilla Cardoso is set to make her debut against the Fever after missing three weeks due to a shoulder injury.


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