The Aces continue their quest for a top-two seed and automatic entry into the WNBA semifinals when they meet the Indiana Fever on Tuesday.
The Aces had four players score at least 18 points and went on a 14-2 run early in the fourth quarter to pull away from the Atlanta Dream for an 89-79 win Saturday.
The Aces will go for a season sweep of the Atlanta Dream on Saturday in Bradenton, Florida. They won the first meeting 100-70 on July 31.
A’ja Wilson scored 24 points to lead three players with at least 20 points and five in double figures in the Aces’ 93-78 win over Connecticut on Thursday night.
The Aces are averaging what would be a WNBA-record 34.8 points per game off the bench, led by last year’s Sixth Woman of the Year Dearica Hamby.
Diana Taurasi made seven 3-pointers and scored 26 of her 32 points in the first half, and the Mercury completed a season sweep over the Aces 92-85 on Tuesday.
A group of local community organizations sent a letter to four local professional sports franchises to thank them for bringing attention to social injustice.
The Aces outscored the Liberty 24-7 in the fourth quarter to clinch a playoff spot. A’ja Wilson had 20 points and seven rebounds to lead the Aces.
The Aces’ game Thursday was among three postponed by the WNBA as the league continued its protest of racial inequality and police brutality.
The Aces are one of the league’s top teams at 11-3. And if they defeat Seattle (12-3) on Thursday, they will overtake the Storm for the top spot in the standings.