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Video: A’ja Wilson on improved shooting

Las Vegas Aces forward Aj'a Wilson, WNBA, Las Vegas, A'ja Wilson,

“I want my shot to be second nature and consistent.” -A’ja Wilson

Bill Laimbeer held his second practice for the Las Vegas Aces and implemented a detail-oriented practice where the team was expected to pick things up fast.

His philosophy there is to make sure the team gets those basic sets in but then to get them hammered in through practice. An early scrimmage is also a good way to keep the players engaged and get the jitters out. It is a good way to see just how well players understand those concepts as they put them into force in live action.

More interviews to come following day 2 of training camp. Get the latest Las Vegas Aces news here.

Contact reporter Mike Dixon at Mike.d@vegassportsdaily.com

Follow @MikeDixonSports on Twitter.

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