Chicago Sky guard Allie Quigley won her third WNBA 3-point shooting contest during the 2021 All-Star Game.
Quigley shot the lights out to defeat Connecticut Sun center Jonquel Jones for her third 3-point contest title. Watch for yourself as she drains buckets in the championship round.
Of course, Quigley’s wife and Sky teammate, Courtney Vandersloot, was fired up as she watched from the sidelines. The pair embraced for an adorable courtside hug following the win. Vandersloot suited up for the main game tonight as a member of Team WNBA.
Quigley was so dominant in her third title that teammate Candace Parker suggested the contest should be renamed.
Quigley shoots lights out to win her third WNBA 3-point competition
Quigley previously won the competition in 2017 and 2018. She’s been remarkably consistent from deep throughout her 12-plus seasons in the WNBA. With a career average of 39.3 percent from distance, Quigley is quickly climbing the all-time leaderboard in made 3s. She’s especially lethal from the corner with her wife setting her up for catch-and-shoot looks. Vandersloot is the WNBA’s assists leader this season, averaging three more per game than any other player (9.1). Talk about a dynamic duo!