Last night was another action pack game in the nation’s capital. The Washington Mystics hosted the Las Vegas Aces for game two. The Mystics beat the Aces 103-91 and took game two. The Mystics now has a 2-0 lead in the semifinals.
The Las Vegas Aces
The Las Vegas Aces had two very tough matchups against the Mystics. The Aces had a comeback in the second quarter, however, they trailed for the rest of the game. The four leads for the Aces are the following; Liz Cambage, Kelsey Plum, A’ja Wilson, and Jackie Young. Liz Cambage led her team in points and rebounds. Cambage played for 30 minutes and within those 30 minutes, she scored 23 points, had 10 rebounds and two assists. Kelsey Plum led her team in assists. Plum played for 36 minutes and within those 36 minutes, she scored 19 points, had six rebounds and had 10 assists. A’ja Wilson played for 36 minutes. Within those 36 minutes, she scored eight points, had seven rebounds and two assists. Jackie Young play for 13 minutes and within those 13 minutes, she scored 15 points, had one rebound and two assists.
The Washington Mystics
The Washington Mystics won, however they had to play a hard game. The three leading ladies of the Mystics are the following; Emma Meesseman, Elena Delle Donne, and Natasha Cloud. Emma Meesseman was the led scorer last night. Meesseman played for 38 minutes and within those 38 minutes, she scored 30 points, had six rebounds and four assists. Yesterday, Elena Delle Donne was named this year’s MVP. She showed why she deserved this title with her performance last night. Donne led her team in rebounds. She played for 36 minutes and within those 36 minutes, Donne scored 14 points, had 10 rebounds and one assist. Natasha Cloud led her team in assists. Cloud played for 37 minutes and within those 37 minutes, she had 11 assists, scored 18 points and had two rebounds.
The Aces and the Mystics will be back in action for game three. That game will take place Sunday, September 22nd at 5 pm. This game will be in Las Vegas and a possible chance for the Aces to make a comeback.