The Aces dominated Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, defeating the Liberty with a score of 104-76. A’ja Wilson showcased her talent by leading the Aces with 26 points and 15 rebounds. Jackie Young and Kelsey Plum also contributed greatly to the victory, combining for 47 points, 8 rebounds, and 12 assists. Unfortunately, the efforts of Jonquel Jones, who tallied 22 points and 10 rebounds, were not enough to secure a win for the Liberty. With a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five Finals series, the Aces are looking strong heading into Game 3 on Sunday, October 15 (3:00 p.m. ET, ABC).
– It’s time for Game 2 of the WNBA finals. Get ready to watch the Aces face off against the Liberty. A’ja Wilson’s phenomenal footwork deserves a standing ovation!
Chelsea Gray’s no-look pass is a thing of beauty. And just when the shot clock is about to expire, Gray hits a remarkable three-pointer. The Aces were on fire in the first quarter, setting a finals record by scoring 38 points. They maintained a 38-19 lead after one quarter.
Gray continues to impress, creating space and capitalizing on her skills. The Aces were up 45-28. However, the Liberty refuses to back down. Jonquel Jones contributes with a putback and a layup to reduce the Aces’ lead from 22 points to 8. The score stands at 50-41.
Alysha Clark enters the game and adds 7 points to the Aces’ tally. At halftime, the Aces are up 52-44. In the third quarter, they manage to create a significant gap between the two teams. Jackie Young displays her strength by scoring with contact and making the free throw.
Gray turns defense into offense with an impressive steal. She passes the ball back to Young, who once again draws a foul and converts the free throw. Wilson continues to dominate in the paint and Kelsey Plum joins the scoring with a three-pointer. The Aces are up by a whopping 24 points, with the score at 76-52.
Plum finishes the game with an outstanding performance of 23 points and 8 assists. The Aces maintain their lead and secure a convincing victory of 90-58. With this win, they now hold a 2-0 series lead in the WNBA finals.
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