VIDEO: Angel Reese & Kysre Gondrezick Were Turning Heads In Their Stunning Outfits Ahead Of Record-Breaking Night

Angel Reese and Kysre Gondrezick are two players in the league who know they will turn heads just by the outfits they choose to wear before a matchup.

Rookie Angel Reese showed up in style on Thursday’s game against the Las Vegas Aces, while teammate Kysre Gondrezick may have stolen the whole show with her gorgeous ensemble.

Angel Reese And Kysre Gondrezick arriving at their game.

Just before the Sky hit the court, the team’s ladies hit the runway made just for them in the back of Wintrust Arena.

Kysre Gondrezick kicked things off as she came down the runway rocking a Ralph Lauren Navy Blue Wool Logo Embroidered Blazer.

Coming down the runway next was sensational rookie Angel Reese, who looked to be wearing a gray denim jacket, black sports bra, and a tiny skirt that showed off her incredible legs.

In the highly anticipated matchup, which the Chicago Sky lost to the Las Vegas Aces, 95-83, Angel Reese finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds. This was the No. 7 pick in the WNBA Draft’s ninth straight double-double, which tied her with Candace Parker for most consecutive double-doubles in a season and also made her the youngest player in league history to rack up nine straight double-doubles.

Kysre Gondrezick only got one minute of playing time as she scored one basket for three points and had one steal on the night.

Angel Reese May Have Taken The Lead In The WNBA Rookie of The Year Race

Angel Reese has been playing incredibly on the court, and while she might not officially be the frontrunner to win the WNBA’s Rookie of the Year as far as oddsmakers are concerned, it appears she may be leading the pack.

The former LSU Tigers star is shutting down her naysayers. She has recorded nine consecutive double-doubles, bringing her season averages up to 13.5 points and 11.1 rebounds. Reese is also shooting just north of 40 percent from the field this year, per

Her best game during this stretch easily came last Sunday when she had 25 points and 16 rebounds in a win over Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever.

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