The Las Vegas Aces celebrated International Women’s Day on a cold, windy Friday by volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.
On Sunday, the Rancho Renegades played against the Las Vegas Yuccas during the Wheelchair Basketball Division I-II Tournament at UNLV in Las Vegas. The Yuccas won, 50-37.
Players and staff of the Las Vegas Aces helped package meals for residents in need at the Three Square food bank in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Derek Stevens has gained priceless promotional value with his NCAA Tournament gambit. Before the tournament, the aggressively loyal Michigan grad bet $25,000 on the Wolverines to win the championship at 40-1 odds.
The Blue Knights hit 14 3-pointers, the most in a tournament game in state history at any level, as they flew past Battle Mountain 72-48 in the Class 2A state basketball championship game at Lawlor Events Center.
The founder of a youth basketball program in Nevada has placed himself on administrative leave from a national youth sports organization pending an investigation into allegations he had a sex with a former player nearly two decades ago.
Southern Nevada real estate professionals already have seen indications of an anticipated climb in local land values as a result of Las Vegas’ leap into big-league status.
The No. 3 worn by Quinton Robbins during his time playing basketball for Brown Academy will hang from the wall of the gym after his younger brother, Quade, completes his playing days at the middle school.
MGM Resorts has purchased the WNBA’s San Antonio Stars and plans to move the franchise to Las Vegas, the Review-Journal learned Monday.
Los Angeles staved off a late rally to secure a 75-69 victory over the Sacramento Kings in front of a decidedly pro-Lakers crowd in an NBA exhibition game at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday night.