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Angel Reese 'praying' Chicago Sky no longer has to fly commercial

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While Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever were seen flying on a chartered plane to their season opener against the Connecticut Sun, not every team in the WNBA did so prior to the start of the 2024 campaign. 

Chicago Sky 2024 draft pick Angel Reese hopes it is the last time she flies commercially. 

Reese posted a selfie on her Instagram account on a flight to Dallas, where the Sky are facing the Wings on Tuesday night. She was very direct with her caption. 

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Angel Reese, #5 of the Chicago Sky, looks on before the game against the Minnesota Lynx on May 3, 2024 at Target Center in Minneapolis. (David Sherman/NBAE via Getty Images)

"Just praying that this is one of the last commercial flights the Chicago Sky has to fly," she wrote. "Like Breezy [Sky teammate Brianna Turner] said, ‘Practicing gratitude & patience as the league introduces charter flights for all teams.’"

It has long been a hot debate topic for the WNBA, as it was previously not allowed for teams to charter their teams to away games. 

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New York Liberty owner Joe Tsai, who also owns the Brooklyn Nets, was fined by the league in 2022 for providing his team with charter flights. The reasoning for the fine was it went against the league’s collective bargaining agreement, which said it could provide a potential unfair competitive advantage for teams that could not afford charters. 

As such, WNBA teams have primarily flown commercially, and sometimes that means entire days traveling across the country. However, heading into the last season, the league

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