The Chicago Sky rode a fourth-quarter surge to a win over the Seattle Storm, 73-69, on Friday night.

Kahleah Copper tied a career-high with 26 points, adding four rebounds and three steals in the Sky’s victory.

Azurá Stevens recorded a double-double of 11 points and ten rebounds, while Stefanie Dolson notched 12 points, shooting 71.4 percent from the field to help Chicago down the stretch.

The Sky are now 2-0 against the Storm this season. The teams finish out their regular-season series in Seattle on Sunday.

While the Storm have clinched their spot in the playoffs, Chicago (13-12) is currently sixth in the WNBA standings amid a contentious playoff push.