GAME RECAP: Wilson Scores 39 Points, Cambage Pours In 12 in Overtime, As Aces Top Indiana, 102-97

LAS VEGAS (June 29,2019)—A’ja Wilson scored a WNBA season-high 39 points, and Liz Cambage poured in a WNBA-record-tying 12 points in the overtime period as Las Vegas improved to 7-5 with a 102-97 victory over Indiana


Kelsey Mitchell drained a three-pointer with 2:49 to go in overtime to put Indiana up 92-89, but the Aces scored 9 of the next 11 points to take a lead they would never relinquish.


Indiana went 13 for 24 from beyond the arc, while Las Vegas made just 2 of 12.

The Aces went 26 for 32 from the free throw line while the Fever made 6 of 9.

The Aces outscored the Fever in Fast Break Points 14 to 4.

Las Vegas outscored Indiana, 60 to 24 in Points in the Paint.

Las Vegas grabbed 50 rebounds to 32 for Indiana.

The Aces turned the ball over a season-low 10 turnovers.


A’ja Wilson scored in double figures for the 44th time in 45 games as a pro, 20 or more points for the 22nd time, and 30 or more points for the fourth time (39 points).

A’ja Wilson scored 39 points, which tied the Aces franchise record for points in a game held by Danielle Adams (Sept. 15, 2013 vs. Atlanta).

Liz Cambage scored 12 points in the overtime period, tying a WNBA record held by four other players.

Liz Cambage scored in double figures for the 43rd straight time, which is the longest active streak in the WNBA.

Kayla McBride scored 10 or more points for the 10th time this season (14 points)

A’ja Wilson made 11 0f 14 shots from the free throw line. Those are her most makes and attempts this season.

The 33 points the Aces allowed in the first quarter are the most they have allowed in a quarter all season.

Dearica Hamby scored 10 or more points for the seventh time this season (12 points), and recorded her third double-double of the  year (10 rebounds).

The last time the Aces played an overtime game was June 12, 2018 at Indiana (Las Vegas 101, Indiana 92).

Jackie Young handed out a career-high 10 assists with no turnovers.


Las Vegas hosts the Chicago Sky on Tuesday, July 2 at noon PT.