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Nia Coffey Earns WNBL MVP

Nia Coffey of the Las Vegas Aces is coming back to the states with more than experience. After a brilliant year of play in the WNBL Coffey will add an MVP trophy to her shelf.

Coffey (23) is the youngest WNBL team MVP  since Liz Cambage (20) won the award in the 2010-2011 season. Coffey is averaging 18 points. 8 rebounds, and 2 assists per game. She’s delivered big game performances whenever the team needs it all season.

While being praised by her coach, Chris Lucas for her impact and effort she has presented the MVP trophy by Rachel Sporn.

The Announcement was made on the helm of Nia Coffey’s first WNBL Grand Finals game. The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports Australia on Saturday at 5:00pm ACDT/ Friday 10 PM PST. For those lucky enough to stream the game, enjoy the show as for others you can receive line play by play updates on WNBL.com.

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