Elena Delle Donne scored a game-high 25 points as the Chicago Sky beat the Atlanta Dream 67-56 on Saturday night in Atlanta for their fifth consecutive victory.
The Eastern Conference-leading Sky (20-8) used an 11-0 run late in the fourth quarter to secure the win.
The Dream (14-11) lost for only the second time this season at Phillips Arena and are now 11-2 at home. Angel McCoughtry paced Atlanta with 20 points. Erika de Souza and Alex Bentley each scored 12 points. De Souza also had 12 rebounds.
Swin Cash scored 12 points for Chicago and Sylvia Fowles collected 10 points and a game-high 13 rebounds.
Delle Donne scored nine first-quarter points as the Sky used a 15-4 run to open an 18-12 led after 10 minutes.
Chicago started the second quarter with 10 straight points for a 28-12 lead. The Dream trimmed the deficit to 35-26 by halftime as McCoughtry collected 16 first-half points.
Atlanta roared back in the third quarter behind two 3-pointers from Courtney Clements and two baskets from Bentley to cut the Chicago led to 43-41.
Cash's layup with 32.9 seconds to go and Epiphanny Prince's two free thorws with 0.1 of a second left in the third quarter pushed Chicago's lead to 47-41.
The Dream crept to 55-51 after a Bentley layup with 5:27 to play but got no closer as the Sky scored 11 consecutive points for a 66-51 lead with 41.8 seconds left.
Atlanta plays host to Washington on Wednesday and visits the Sky next Saturday.