Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer says his team should be proud of themselves, despite losing to the Washington Mystics in game four of the WNBA semifinals.
The Las Vegas Aces were unable to come away with a win over the Washington Mystics in the final seconds of game one of the WNBA Semifinals.
The Las Vegas Aces should have come away with an easy win over the 5-20 Atlanta Dream, but it was a fight to the finish in the 94-90 victory for the Aces. LVRJ host Cassie Soto and Aces beat writer Sam Gordon discuss how the Aces almost let this win slip away and how rookie guard Jackie Young is finally finding her groove.
The Las Vegas Aces showed no signs of fatigue after the WNBA All-Star break, beating the Dallas Wings 86-54. Head coach Bill Laimbeer is proud of his team for getting a big win at home and being able to do so with bench players.
The Las Vegas Aces are tied at the top of the standings and are looking to keep up the success from the first half of the season.
Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer suspects that forward A’ja Wilson could be out for multiple weeks, after suffering from an ankle injury against Seattle on July 19.
The Las Vegas Aces are a third of the way into the season and are finally coming together as a team to figure out what works best on the court. Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer says he is looking for Liz Cambage to play a big role in the team’s success and Aces guard Kayla McBride says the team can be unstoppable if they keep up this pace of play.
Las Vegas Aces forward A’ja Wilson has a new tradition this year. After every home game when it’s time for player interviews, Wilson greets the media in a different Bill Laimbeer themed t-shirt. Wilson is extremely proud of her collection that includes a “This Girl Loves Bill Laimbeer” tee, to a comic book style screenshot of her head coach arguing “What Foul?”
Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer and Aces forward A’ja Wilson discuss her recording setting night. Wilson scored a career-high 39 points, tying for the most in franchise history.
The Las Vegas Aces turned the ball over 17 times in the 60-56 win over the Seattle Storm on Tuesday night. LVRJ host Cassie Soto and Las Vegas Aces beat writer Sam Gordon discuss how the Aces were able to sneak away with a win over the defending WNBA champions.
Despite beating the defending WNBA champions, Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer was not impressed with his team’s play versus the Seattle Storm on Tuesday night. Aces forward A’ja Wilson mirrored her coach’s comments and said not all wins are pretty.
The Las Vegas Aces were unable to respond to the Washington Mystics’ 52.9% field goal shooting and fell flat, 95-72. LVRJ host Cassie Soto and Aces beat reporter Sam Gordon break down what went wrong on Thursday night.
Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer is disappointed in his team’s lack of effort in the 95-72 loss to the Washington Mystics on Thursday night.
Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer is proud of his team’s effort in the 100-65 win over the NY Liberty, though he understands this is just one game.
The Aces opened the game with a 19-2 run and coasted to a 92-69 victory over the Atlanta Dream on Thursday at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
Las Vegas Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer blames his team’s laziness and lack of energy as the cause for Sunday’s 80-74 loss to the Connecticut Sun.
The Las Vegas Aces suffered another heartbreaking loss, this time on Sunday afternoon to the Connecticut Sun. The Aces 21 turnovers were a major factor in the 80-74 loss.
The Las Vegas Aces opened up the season with a win at home over the Los Angeles Sparks. Aces A’ja Wilson and Dearica Hamby both notched a double-double in the team’s 83-70 win on Sunday night.
Las Vegas Aces media day
The Las Vegas Aces host a WNBA draft party at the Mandalay Bay for season-ticket holders, and have the number one overall pick.
Bryan Salmond talks to Las Vegas Aces coach Bill Laimbeer about relocating to Las Vegas as well as his expectations for the upcoming WNBA season.
The newly relocated Las Vegas WNBA franchise will begin play in the 2018 season. New owners MGM Resorts will integrate a professional franchise into Las Vegas’ busy sports landscape that’s shared with the 51s, Lights FC, Golden Knights and Raiders. Here are some of the expectations and challenges the team will have. 1. Ticket prices: The key to any sports franchise is selling season tickets and group outings. For Las Vegas’ team, that starts with locals. “(You don’t) just open the doors and tell everybody you’ve got a game and stand there waiting to sell tickets,” 51s president Don Logan said. “You’ve got to get out, you’ve got to get out into the community and you’ve got to do everything we do. There’s no easy way.” Last year, San Antonio charged $12 to $165 for single-game tickets for 17 home games. 2. Creating an identity: Coach Bill Laimbeer inherits a team from San Antonio that hasn’t made the playoffs or had a winning season since 2012. Las Vegas’ team is also a franchise that lost its first 14 games last season before finishing a league-worst 8-26. 3. Patience will be required: Will they have to fill all 12,000 seats at Mandalay Bay for the season to be deemed successful? “They have to be realistic,” Connecticut Sun CEO Mitchell Etess said. “If they could get 5,000 bodies into every single game, that would be pretty good for the first year.”