PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia native was named MVP of the WNBA Finals Sunday night. The Chicago Sky beat the Phoenix Mercury 80-74 to claim the franchise’s first-ever WNBA title.
Philadelphia native Kahleah Copper was named Finals MVP as Chicago took the series over Phoenix in four games on Sunday night.READ MORE: Gas Leak In Sellersville, Bucks County Home Leaves Woman Dead, Police Say
It was quite the celebration in Chicago as they celebrated their first title, but the team could look a little different next season. Chicago will have choices to make if it wants to become the first repeat champion since the Los Angeles Sparks did in 2001-02.READ MORE: Charles Barkley Says He Named His Daughter After Delaware's Christiana Mall
Copper and teammates Courtney Vandersloot and Allie Quigley, who are married, are all unrestricted free agents.
Candance Parker made the biggest move last offseason when she chose to return home to Chicago — and the decision paid off as she led her city to the first championship.MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect After 6-Year-Old Found Safe In Checkers Parking Lot
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