A Las Vegas Aces player helped inaugurate the vending-machine-in-reverse that helps people donate items to local and global charities.
The R&B superstar invited the WNBA champs to a Dolby Live VIP booth on Friday night.
A’ja Wilson’s 343 career blocks rank 19th in WNBA history. Her early love of volleyball gave her the foundation to become a two-time Defensive Player of the Year.
At 27, Aces superstar A’ja Wilson is already among Sin City’s greatest all-time athletes — armed with two WNBA championships and a pair of MVPs to show for it.
The Aces’ path to a repeat championship was a roller coaster, but concluded with WNBA history being made with a victory in the Finals over the Liberty.
Aces star A’ja Wilson wore a cast on her left hand at the team’s championship parade Monday. Wilson was named the MVP of the WNBA Finals.
The superstar performer couldn’t make the Aces victory parade but invited the team to his Dolby Live show.
Mark Davis had never seen a WNBA game in person until the Aces moved to Las Vegas in 2018. But last week, he was grooving it up on the court as the owner of back-to-back league champions.
Las Vegas loves a winner and the Aces are exactly that, transforming in five years from the WNBA’s perennial cellar dweller in San Antonio into a budding dynasty in the desert.
The Aces and their fans celebrated their 2023 WNBA championship with a parade on the Strip and they weren’t hesitant to talk about a third consecutive title in 2024.
Locally adored and nationally recognized, the Las Vegas Aces are featured on a new mural in the heart of the city.
There was a lot of love and admiration spoken as the Las Vegas Aces celebrated their second straight WNBA championship at Toshiba Plaza.
For the third time in about a year’s time, a professional sports team on Monday will parade down Las Vegas Boulevard to celebrate a championship win.
The Aces dined at Tao at The Venetian, and were later feted at Jewel Nightclub at Aria.
The accessibility of social media too often has fans feeling entitled when it comes to directly criticizing athletes after critical mistakes on the field of play.