The Aces on Thursday drafted Iliana Rupert, a 6-foot-4 center from France, then added Arkansas guard Destiny Slocum two picks later.
Generation-Z sports fans place more emphasis on social-justice issues than previous generations, forcing sports leagues and teams to take notice.
Research shows that Generation Z, those born around the mid-1990s and beyond, are huge sports fans, but they consume sports differently. Leagues are taking note.
Angel McCoughtry, Chelsea Gray and Kelsey Plum reflect on their WNBA draft experiences in interviews with the Review-Journal.
The Aces will pick 12th, 14th and 36th on Thursday, giving them three opportunities to bolster perhaps the most talented team in the WNBA.
The Las Vegas Aces released their schedule on Tuesday. They played a 32-game season with no back-to-backs.
Liz Cambage opted out of last season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2019, she averaged 15.9 points and 8.2 rebounds.
New Aces owner Mark Davis met with the media Wednesday to discuss his vision for the franchise. The Raiders owner said he has big plans.
Slated to be located on Raiders Way, the 50,000-square-foot facility that will house the Aces’ practice facility, offices, training room and lockers.
Lindsay Allen became expendable when the Aces recently signed three-time All-Star Chelsea Gray to play point guard.
Raiders owner Mark Davis’ purchase of the WNBA Las Vegas Aces from MGM Resorts was unanimously approved Friday by the league’s board of governors.
Aces general manager Dan Padover called guard Chelsea Gray, a three-time WNBA All-Star, the team’s top free agent target.