ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Elena Delle Donne had 19 points, six rebounds, six assists and four blocks in just 23 minutes as the Chicago Sky defeated the Indiana Fever 106-82 on Tuesday night.
Jamierra Faulkner added 16 points for Chicago (13-8), which had six players score in double figures. The Sky shot 72 percent in the first half and 63 for the game en route to sweeping the four-game season series for the first time in team history.
With Secretary of Education Arne Duncan courtside in a pink Sky t-shirt, Chicago raced to 17-point lead with a season-high 57 points in the first half. The lead reached 28 points with an 8-0 run in the third quarter that included free throws after Shavonte Zellous picked up two technicals and was ejected.
Maggie Lucas scored 14 points for Indiana (11-9), which had won three straight and eight of 10.
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