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A’ja Wilson, Kelsey Plum, Dearica Hamby
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The Atlanta Dream will head across the country to face the Las Vegas Aces on Tuesday night. Tip off is slated for 10 p.m. ET from Michelob Ultra Arena. Coverage will be nationally televised on NBA TV. 

The Dream most recently defeated the host Phoenix Mercury 85-75 on July 17 to snap a three-game losing streak. Cheyenne Parker led the Dream with a season-high 21 points along with 11 rebounds. Tiffany Hayes tallied 16 points, seven rebounds, and six assists.

The Aces are coming off a 91-83 victory at the Connecticut Sun on July 17. Kelsey Plum had a team-high 22 points. Chelsea Gray finished with a season-high 21 points and nine assists. 

Updated on 03/04/2024
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Prior to July 18, the Dream (11-14) had the fourth-best record in the Eastern Conference out of six total teams. The Dream is 6-7 at home and 5-7 on the road. The Dream has a point differential of -2.7, which is eighth in the league. 

Before July 18, the Aces (18-7) sat atop the Western Conference standings. The Aces are 8-4 at home and 10-3 on the road. The Aces have a point differential of +5.8, which is third in the league.

The Dream have five players averaging double digits in points. Rhyne Howard is tops on the Dream with an average of 14.7 points. Hayes is second on the team at 14.5 points per game. Monique Billings leads the Dream in rebounds per game (6.2). Erica Wheeler dishes out a team-best 4.1 assists per game. Parker leads the Dream with 1.1 blocks per game. Aari McDonald averages 1.7 steals. 

Going into July 18, the Dream ranked sixth in three-point percentage (34.5), last in points per game (77.5), and second to last in field goal percentage (41.9). Defensively, the Dream is first in field goal percentage (41.8), and fourth in defensive rating (97.6) and second chance points (9.4).

The Aces also have five players averaging double digits in points. Plum is second in the WNBA at 20.3 points per game. A’ja Wilson is fifth in the league in  points (19.0) and second in the league in rebounds (9.9) and blocks (2.1). Gray is fourth in the WNBA with 6.0 assists and also averages 1.6 steals per game. 

As of July 17, the Aces lead the league in points per game (91.3) and three-point percentage (36.4), and are second in field goal percentage (45.8). Defensively, the Aces are first in defensive rebounds (29.2), points off turnovers (13.0), and second chance points (8.8), as well as sixth in defensive rating (102.1). 


The Aces are favored by 11 points and the over/under is set for 172.5 points. 

Neither the Dream nor the Aces have ever captured a WNBA title. 

The Aces easily routed the host Dream 96-73 on May 13 in the first of three meetings between the teams this season. Wilson led the way for the Aces with 15 points, seven rebounds, and five blocks. Dearica Hamby (11 points, 13 rebounds) and Plum (14 points, 11 assists) had double-doubles for the Aces. The final matchup will be another contest in Las Vegas on Aug. 9. 

Written by Rolando Rosa, our US sports betting industry expert.