The Las Vegas Aces had an incredible victory over the Atlanta Dream at home, 97-90, and set multiple franchise records to boot.

The Aces had four 20-point or more scorers for the first time in franchise history. The four included were A’ja Wilson (24 PTS), Chelsea Gray (22 PTS), Kelsey Plum (22 PTS), and Jackie Young (20 PTS).

This is the fourth time in WNBA history that four players score 20 or more points.

Speaking of more franchise records, Plum hit three triples to extend her single-season record for the most threes in a season. She had now hit 105 total three-pointers this season. Plum is now third in WNBA history for most three’s in a single-season behind the legendary Diana Taurasi, who set the top two marks in 2018 (106) and 2006( 121); both are Phoenix Mercury records.

Wilson added 14 rebounds for her League-leading 16th double-double of the year, tying her with Natalie Williams for the franchise record.

The Aces will play the top-seeded Chicago Sky on Thursday, August 11.

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