The Aces took their lumps Sunday afternoon in a 68-55 road loss versus the Dallas Wings to close their two-game preseason schedule.
Aces rookie center Ji-Su Park, a 2018 second-round pick out of South Korea, has impressed her coaches and teammates with her skill set while learning American culture.
Basketball star A’ja Wilson is getting a statue at South Carolina.
Veteran wing Tamera Young has 10 years of WNBA experience and is emerging as a leader on a young, inexperienced Aces team.
The Aces waived rookie guards Brooke Johnson of UNLV and Kahlia Lawrence and veteran guard Jacki Gemelos on Wednesday with the season opener 11 days away.
Aces rookie guard Raigyne Louis was the 2016-17 SEC Defensive Player of the Year and has impressed coach Bill Laimbeer with her defense in training camp.
Undrafted rookie Ivey Slaughter models her game after Dennis Rodman, and had 14 points on 7-of-7 shooting in her preseason debut Sunday.
Rookie forward A’ja Wilson had 20 points and seven rebounds, and the Aces coasted to a 98-63 victory over the Chinese National Team at Mandalay Bay Events Center on Sunday night.
Nia Coffey is primed for a bigger role after struggling last year in San Antonio, where she averaged 1.8 points, 1.9 rebounds and shot 27.1 percent from the field.
Lawrence, a 5-foot-8-inch who starred at tiny Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, is competing for a roster spot with the Aces, who acquired her contractual rights from the Minnesota Lynx on draft day last month.
Morgan William, who snapped Connecticut’s 111-game winning streak with a buzzer-beating shot in 2017, is working to earn a roster spot on the WNBA’s Aces.
Sequoia Holmes, who graduated from Mojave High and starred at UNLV from 2004 to 2008, is the founder, director and coach of Sequoia Select — a grassroots travel basketball program for girls in Las Vegas.
The Sun have been supportive of her television endeavors that began in 2015 after she was first injured playing in Italy. She missed the 2015 WNBA season because of a knee injury.