Former MSU Women’s Basketball star Aerial Powers explodes for 35-point career high in win for Minnesota Lynx

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One of the greatest pure scorers in the history of Michigan State Women’s Basketball is finally starting to make a name for herself at the WNBA level. Aerial Powers has made a nice career in the W, but this season with the Minnesota Lynx, she has started to become a star and has helped them start to turn a disappointing season around.

On Tuesday night, Powers set a new career-high in scoring with 35-points to go along with 12 rebounds in a double overtime win over Diana Taurasi and the Phoenix Mercury.

Powers is now averaging 14.7 points per game as she continues to breakout as a start in the women’s game.

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