Chicago Sky Allie Quigley said this time she is serious she is taking a break of The WNBA All-Star 3 point shooting competition.

Her performance was impressive. Quigley took the title four times on on Saturday which is something that no other player has ever

done at either WNBA as well as the NBA. "Retired in my home town"It's a great storybook ending, I'd suggest," Quigley said. She was

born in Joliet which is part of the greater Chicago region, and has played in the collegiate level at DePaul. She was previously a

winner in 2017, 2018 , and 2021. She was eliminated during the opening round of 2019 but there wasn't an All-Star Game during

the COVID-19 bubble season in 2020. Quigley was 36 when she turned her age in June, has been playing well who averages

10.8 scores per contest for the reigning WNBA champion Sky who are leading the WNBA by 16-6. However, the pressure of a 3-point

competition actually caused her to decide that she would never be able to repeat her feat, following her win of her 3rd

championship last year with the help of Las Vegas. This was prior to that the 2022 All-Star Game was awarded to Chicago. The

coach said that she realized three weeks ago that she had to play the game once more. On Saturday, in McCormick Place, across the