Angel Reese on a fastbreak

Angel Reese (Photo via WNBA/Twitter)
Angel Reese seemed to have found her “special whistle” because it certainly was not blown when it should’ve during her most recent game.

The Chicago Sky had just done something that no other player in WNBA history has ever done before, but her making history became a footnote to one play during Thursday’s game against the Dallas Wings.

With less than four minutes to go in the third quarter, Reese intercepted a pass and found herself all alone as she dribbled the other way for an easy layup.

The replay of this moment showed that the dynamic rookie got away with multiple double dribbles and quite possibly a traveling violation on this one single play.

Yet, no refs whistled the play dead.

Another view from that play showed Angel Reese laughing hysterically, as she likely knew she had gotten away with multiple violations.


Angel Reese had a record-breaking performance today for the Chicago Sky:

16 PTS (7-13 FG)

18 REB (career-high)




ONLY rookie to ever record 7 consecutive double-doubles#WelcometotheW

Fans wasted no time taking to the comments and blasting the refs as well as Reese for this blatant violation that went unwhistled:

Despite the mishap in this play, Angel Reese is starting to pave her way at the professional level, especially over the past month. Since June 1, she’s averaged 13.4 points per game with 12.8 rebounds.

Angel Reese Did Something No Other Player In WNBA History Has Done

Chicago Sky’s Angel Reese snagged a rebound and layup against the Dallas Wings on Thursday, and with that, she became the first rookie in WNBA history to record a double-double in seven consecutive games.

In the contest, Reese finished with astounding numbers, racking up 16 points and 18 rebounds as the Sky ended their four-game losing streak, per