Chicago Sky guard Allie Quigley had thought her three-point competition days were over after tying Larry Bird for most wins all-time last season. What more was there for her to accomplish on this stage? That all changed once the annual WNBA All-Star weekend was announced to take place in Quigley's hometown of Chicago. It was an easy decision at this point for Quigley. She was going to suit up and attempt to win her record breaking fourth three-point contest, and well, she did just that. Here is what happened at the 2022 WNBA all-star three-point.
Allie Quigley Beats All-Time Three-Point Champion Record: WNBA All-Star 2022
Participants in this years WNBA three-point contest came out of the gates on fire. Washington Mystics guard Ariel Atkins and Atlanta Dream rookie Rhyne Howard posted scores of 24, enough to push them into a tie for second. Quigley was the last participant in the first round and scored a round-high 26 points. Quigley was the only participant to hit the MTN Dew three-point shot in the first round.
As Ariel Atkins stepped to the rack for the championship round of the 2022 WNBA three-point contest she had one thing on her mind, stop Quigley from winning again. Atkins was exceptional in her final round, posting a score of 21. It was a valiant effort, but no one on earth was stopping Quigley this year. Quigley hit both her four-point MTN Dew balls, and finished the night with a perfect 5-5 final rack. She posted a contest high 30 points to secure a record 4th three-point contest title. In Candace Parker's own words "They should rename it the Allie Quigley competition."