“This is one of the weirdest games I ever played in.” -Kayla McBride
Kayla McBride reacts to the “Earthquake Game” (again) after the Las Vegas Aces fall 99-70 to the Washington Mystics.
Washington outshot the Aces 54.8% to 38.9% from the field.
The game was completed exactly one month after it was started/suspended (July to August 5).
Liz Cambage scored in double figures, extending her consecutive games streak with at least 10 points to 51 (12 points). That streak ended on July 30.
A’ja Wilson failed to score in double figures for just the second time as a pro (9 points).
Kelsey Plum scored in double figures for the 11th time this season (17 points).
The Aces allowed an opponent to make more than 50 percent of their shots from the field for only the third time this season (54.8%).
The Mystics’ 99 points are the most allowed by the Aces in a regulation 40-minute game this season.
The Aces are at home for the next three games beginning with a Friday, August 9 meeting with the Chicago Sky. Tip at Mandalay Bay Events Center is slate for 7 pm PT.
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