Center Liz Cambage is expected to practice with the Aces on Tuesday and the team opens its season Sunday against Los Angeles at Mandalay Bay Events Center.
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The controversial calls during the playoffs have shown yet again that the NHL’s archaic ways should be replaced with a more modern, progressive, insightful approach.
Las Vegas completed a trade for the All-Star center from the Dallas Wings on Thursday that could alter the entire complexion of the WNBA’s elite.
The WNBA last year saw average attendance figures dip below 7,400 per game for the first time in its 22-year history. The Aces ranked ninth by averaging 5,208 and hope to improve on that number in their second season.
He is 23, hails from the Dominican Republic and leads the Pacific Coast League in hits (54), steals (11) and triples (9), the latter just four off equaling the team record of Joe Thurston in 2002.
What you can’t see at Las Vegas Ballpark is arguably the most important parts of the best Triple-A facility going.
You’re not beating the A side — especially when it’s Saúl Canelo Alvarez — by taking off the middle rounds of a mega-middleweight fight that unified three championship belts in the division, but that’s what Jacobs did and he rightly paid for it.
In elevating his assistant to a lead manager’s role, George McPhee on Thursday allowed for an organizational structure to continue its exceptional mode of execution for the Golden Knights.
While forecasting how a team’s draft will ultimately be judged on the field remains incredibly subjective, this isn’t: The class had a much different feel this year than last. Cleaner. Fewer red flags to investigate. Players that other teams hadn’t passed on for medical or off-field issues.
The team’s owner sees his hockey team creating a global influence, of small children running through a sprawling Yu Garden of traditional pavilions and towers and ponds in China while wearing … a T-shirt with Chance on it?
The 2020 NFL Draft is set to land in Las Vegas just months before the Raiders open their palace of a stadium.
You can’t fault a team that managed 13 sacks all last season after trading away the league’s best edge rusher in Khalil Mack for taking a defensive end, and it’s not like Clelin Ferrell of Clemson fell into 27 career sacks for one of the nation’s top college programs.
History has defined the Golden Knights since their inception. But this is the kind they won’t soon forget. This kind will be talked about for decades to come, and not in a flattering manner.
The Sharks on Sunday night avoided elimination for the second straight game in dramatic fashion, beating the Golden Knights 2-1 in double overtime of Game 6 in this Western Conference quarterfinal before what ultimately became a despondent 18,458 fans at T-Mobile Arena.
San Jose forward Tomas Hertl said the Sharks were better than the Golden Knights and would win Game 6 in Las Vegas to force Game 7 at SAP Center.