Las Vegas Aces

Aces Outlast Sparks in 79-73 Victory

Kelsey Plum led all scorers with a game-high 29 points, A’ja Wilson had 25 points and 11 rebounds for her ninth double-double of the season and the Las Vegas Aces defeated the Los Angeles Sparks 79-73 on Monday night at Arena.

Las Vegas Aces Oust Sparks 99-75

The shorthanded Los Angeles Sparks continue to struggle after falling to the Las Vegas Aces 75-99. They lost despite four starters scoring in the double digits. Sparks center Amanda Zahui B made a strong showing with 22 points, nine rebounds, and two blocks. She scored 14 of those points in the first quarter. “She just accepted the challenge tonight to play against a great front court in Vegas,” said Sparks head coach Derek Fisher. “She came out there and competes and played hard and did some really good things for us on both ends.” The Aces had full control of

Wilson, Aces Outlast Sparks 86-82 in Thriller

In a back and forth fast pace game that came down to the closing minutes, the Las Vegas Aces defeated the Los Angeles Sparks 86-82, picking up their fourth win of the season on Friday in Bradenton, Fl.

L.A. Sparks Bet on Defense to Defeat Las Vegas Aces

If Las Vegas had Aces, the Los Angeles Sparks had a royal flush on Thursday in their 76-68 win over the Las Vegas Aces. The odds were against the Sparks as the Aces were searching for their 15th win of the season, which would have put them in first place in the WNBA.

Las Vegas Aces Fold to the L.A. Sparks

Accurate shooting and aggressive defense gave the Los Angeles Sparks an 86-74 win over the Las Vegas Aces. Los Angeles lived by the three, shooting at 44 percent from behind the arc during the game.