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The Las Vegas Aces will travel to take on the Indiana Fever on Friday night. Tip off is slated for 7 p.m. ET from Hinkle Fieldhouse. Coverage will be nationally televised on NBA TV.
The Aces defeated the defending WNBA champion Chicago Sky 93-83 to capture the Commissioner’s Cup. Kelsey Plum paced the Aces with 24 points. A’ja Wilson recorded 17 points, 17 rebounds, and six blocks. Chelsea Gray was named MVP with 19 points, five assists, and four rebounds. The Fever fell to the Dallas Wings 96-86 for their 12th consecutive loss. Kelsey Mitchell led all players in points (34), assists (6), and steals (3) in the defeat.
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Prior to the action on July 28, the Aces (20-8) had the best record in the Western Conference. The Aces are 10-5 at home and 10-3 on the road. Their point differential (+5.7) ranks third in the WNBA.
Before the games on July 28, the Fever (5-25) had the worst record in the WNBA. The Fever is 3-12 at home and 2-13 on the road. The Fever have the worst point differential in the league (-10.5).
The explosive Aces have five players averaging double digits in points. Plum is second in the WNBA at 20.1 points per game. Wilson is fifth in the league in points (19.4), tied for first in the league in rebounds (9.7) and second in blocks (2.1). Gray is fourth in the WNBA with 6.1 assists and also second in steals (1.8).
Before the contests on July 28, the high-powered Aces led the league in points per game (90.4) and three-point percentage (35.9), and were fourth in field goal percentage (45.4). Defensively, the Aces are first in defensive rebounds (29.2), points off turnovers (13.1), and second-chance points (8.3), as well as sixth in defensive rating (101.3).
The Fever only have three players that average double digits in points. Mitchell leads the way for the Fever in points (18.6) and assists (4.2). NaLyssa Smith is second on the team in points (13.6) and first in rebounds (8.0). Victoria Vivians is tops in steals (1.1), while Queen Egbo is first in blocks (1.3).
Prior to the action on July 28, the Fever ranked 10th in three-point percentage (33.8), second to last in points per game (78.0) and last in field goal percentage (40.9). Defensively, the Fever ranked last in defensive rating (107.2), points off turnovers (18.8), fastbreak points (13.0) and points in the paint (41.7).
The Aces topped the visiting Fever 90-77 in the first matchup this season on July 21. Wilson guided the Aces with 23 points. Gray tallied a double-double with 14 points, 12 assists and three steals. Smith led the Fever with 24 points along with five rebounds.
The teams will follow up this game with another contest in Indiana on July 31. The Ace will easily handle the Fever to head into that contest with a victory.
Written by Rolando Rosa, our US sports betting industry expert.