The seven-time WNBA All-Star posted 25 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists, as well as four blocks, as Chicago extended its record to 14-5 for the season to remain atop the Eastern Conference.
It’s the second piece of history Parker has recorded in the space of a week, after she became the first WNBA player to reach three career triple-doubles in a win over the Los Angeles Sparks.
Parker remains the only player in WNBA history to win Rookie of the Year and MVP in the same year after her debut season in 2008.
On a night of historic feats, Sue Bird became the WNBA player with most career wins following the Seattle Storm’s 88-78 victory over the Las Vegas Aces.
“It’s not only the assists with Sue, it’s making big plays, the big shots. I thought she played great defense tonight.
“Those intangibles that she brings, but also: She’s the GOAT, an amazing player with a long career and deserving of every single record she’s about to break because she’s played 20-something years.”