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Kelsey Plum and Kayla McBride nominated for EuroLeague Women award

In a land far from the Las Vegas viewers, eye two Aces look to cash in their EuroLeague chips. Kayla McBride starting point guard for the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces suits up for BC UMMC. Kelsey Plum, another starting guard for the Aces suits up for Fenerbahçe.

Plum has been fantastic for her team. She leads them in scoring in both the Turkish league and EuroLeague at 18.8 and 16.2 points per game respectively. She also closed out the Turkish cup as a champion.
McBride isn’t putting up the same numbers as Plum but she’s also on a team with more top end talent. While she’s throwing three assists to players like Brittany Griner while chipping in 12.3 points in the Russian league and 14.6 in EuroLeague.
All in all both Aces guards are having outstanding seasons in their respective leagues. With EuroLeague play heating up look for both stars to make it a deep run.
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