GAME RECAP: Aces Top Century Mark For Second Straight Game In, 101-78, Win Over Indiana

LAS VEGAS (May 30, 2021)—The Las Vegas Aces (5-2) topped the century mark for the second straight game, Sunday afternoon, upending the Indiana Fever (1-7), 101-78.

Box Score/Video Highlights

KEY RUNS

First Quarter (Las Vegas 32, Indiana 15)

The Aces trailed, 8-3, early, but scored 27 of the next 31 points to go up 18, 30-12. A’ja Wilson scored 10 points in the period.

Second Quarter (Las Vegas 48, Indiana 29)

The Aces lead vacillated between 15 and 21 throughout the quarter

Third Quarter (Las Vegas 72, Indiana 46)

The Aces lead vacillated between 19 and 26 throughout the quarter

Fourth Quarter (Las Vegas 101, Indiana 78)

The Aces lead vacillated between 21 and 27 throughout the quarter

KEY STATS

It has been 443 days since Breonna Taylor was murdered.

The Aces made 56.7 percent of their shots from the field, while Indiana made 38.8 percent of theirs.

Las Vegas went 18 for 23 from the free throw line, while the Fever made all 11 of their shots from the charity stripes.

The Aces outscored the Fever 50-30 in points in the paint.

GAME NOTES

The Aces scored 100 or more points in back-to-back games for the first time in franchise history.

The Aces are now 15-1 when making more three-pointers than their opponent since moving to Las Vegas.

A’ja Wilson has scored in double figures in 37 consecutive regular season games dating back to the 2019 season (15 points tonight). She has scored in double figures 85 times in her 88-game career.

Dearica Hamby scored in double figures for the 87th time in her career, and the fourth time this season. She also scored 200 or more points in consecutive games for the first time in her career

Liz Cambage extended her streak of consecutive games with at least one blocked shot to 11 games—the longest active streak in the league.

Liz Cambage recorded her second double-double of the season, and the 35th of her career (13 points, season-high 13 rebounds). It was the 105th time in her career she has scored in double figures, and the 7th time this season.

Liz Cambage blocked 5 shoots which is the most blocked shots in a WNBA game this season.

Riquna Williams scored in double figures for the 3rd time this season, and the 103rd time in her career (16 points).

Jackie Young scored in double figures for the 5th time this season and the 24th time in her career (12 points).

Joyner Holmes made her Aces debut and scored 8 points on 3 of 4 shooting from the field, and 2 for 2 from three-point range.

NEXT OPPONENT

Las Vegas hits the east coast for the next three games beginning with a Tuesday, June 1 meeting with the Connecticut Sun at 4 pm PT.