• The Las Vegas Aces need to hold on to Liz Cambage and Kayla McBride to compete with the Seattle Storm and other stacked teams
    Swish Appeal

    The Las Vegas Aces need to hold on to Liz Cambage and Kayla McBride to compete with the Seattle Storm and other stacked teams

    After a thrilling and unprecedented bubble season in 2020, Swish Appeal has decided to examine what each WNBA team needs the most heading into what will hopefully be a more normal 2021 season. Here’s a look at what the Las Vegas Aces need to do this offseason: The Las Vegas Aces entered the 2020 season without their starting point guard, Kelsey Plum, and their starting center, Liz Cambage. Yet, the Aces went 18-4 and were the No.

  • WNBA.com

    Inside the W with Michelle Smith: 2020 Season Recap

    October 19, 2020 It’s been almost two weeks since the extraordinary 2020 WNBA season came to an end with the Seattle Storm defeating the Las Vegas Aces to hoist a trophy in, of all places, Bradenton, Florida. Almost two weeks since three-and-a-half months of social justice, sisterhood and on the court struggle between some of the best female athletes on the planet. The 2020 season will always stand out in the annals of the WNBA for what it was, and even what it was not.

  • Fox News

    NFL cancels Pro Bowl in Las Vegas due to COVID-19 pandemic

    The NFL has canceled next January's Pro Bowl scheduled for Las Vegas. During an owners meeting held virtually on Wednesday, the league opted to call off the all-star game, hoping to replace it with a variety of virtual activities. The NFL needs flexibility in January in case it needs to move regular-season games to that month because of the coronavirus pandemic.