ATLANTA -- Epiphanny Prince hit a 3-pointer at the end of regulation and scored eight of her career-high 33 points in overtime to help the Chicago Sky rally for a 94-92 victory over the Atlanta Dream on Saturday night.
Angel McCoughtry went 17 of 17 from the free-throw line and finished with a season-high 33 points for Atlanta.
The Sky, who trailed by 22 in the first quarter and led by 10 early in the fourth, have won three straight.
Atlanta has lost two of three. The Dream were outrebounded 48-23.
Sylvia Fowles added 20 points with 19 rebounds for the Sky, who overcame 26 turnovers that resulted in 25 Atlanta points.
Fowles' three-point play with 3:38 left in the third gave Chicago its first lead since early in the first.
Prince, who scored all of Chicago's points in overtime, set her previous career high of 31 points in Friday's two-point home win over Washington. Fowles has finished with a double-double in each of Chicago's five games.
The Sky led 69-59 on Prince's 3-pointer at the 7:36 mark of the fourth, but McCoughtry, who played a game-high 43 minutes with a wrap on her left knee, hit a pair of free throws to put Atlanta up 83-78 with 31.4 seconds left in regulation.
The Dream was ahead 86-83 after Ketia Swanier's two free throws at the 6-second mark, but Atlanta allowed Prince to weave through its defense and hit a 3 from the right wing to send the game to overtime.
Lindsey Harding added 16 points and Armintie Price had 14 for the Dream.
Swin Cash and Sonja Petrovic each scored 10 for Chicago.
Atlanta led by 22 at the 1:58 mark of the first quarter after McCoughtry's steal and ensuing layup, but the Sky went on a 28-8 run to pull within two at 37-35 on Prince's 17-footer.
McCoughtry was injured in the second quarter of Thursday's 17-point home win over Phoenix, scoring 10 points in just 18 minutes
The Sky had dropped three of four to the Dream.