There are a lot of talented players in the WNBA and they have honed their skills after rigorous work put through across school, college, and now in the professional setup. In this game, last season’s WNBA finalists Las Vegas Aces come across Minnesota Lynx in an exciting battle. More information about LVA vs MIN Dream11 will be imparted here.
Aces’ season: Aces is the fastest pace team at 81.1 and it comes as no surprise since their players are some of the most athletic ones in the league. They put up most points in the league at 88.6 PPG and when you combine that with the second-best defensive rating, their 20-8 record comes as no surprise. Aces have an imposing frontline of Wilson-Hamby-Young-Cambage surrounded by gifted shooters like Plum-Gray-Williams which makes them a title contender. Aces are so deep that they have also won without Cambage as the backup center Kiah Stokes has shown a lot of talent.
Lynx’s season: Lynx has been phenomenal at the defensive end all season long and ranks third holding opponents to 78.3. They are also incredibly deep with terrific post players like Collier and Fowles getting inside buckets while having scorers such as McBride, Dangerfield and recently Banham has played some inspirational basketball along with Bridget Carleton. Minnesota is grappling with injury to Layshia but their depth has been at full display lately.
Host: Las Vegas Aces
Visitors: Minnesota Lynx
Match Timing: 9 September, @ 07:30 AM
Venue: Michelob Ultra Arena
The match will be played at Las Vegas‘ home court Michelob Ultra Arena.
Las Vegas Aces | Minnesota Lynx
Games: 28 | 27
Wins: 20| 18
Defeats: 08 | 09
A’Ja Wilson claimed 18 points and 12 rebounds in the last Dream11 Fantasy Basketball Match.
One of the players between Sylvia Fowles and Napheesa Collier must find a place in the Dream11 lineup.
*Points, Rebounds, and Assists from last game*
PPG: 18.6 RPG: 9.4 BPG: 1.4
A’ja has one of the loveliest footwork in the league and she is also aided by her shooting stroke. Wilson can secure a great low-post position through her power and off-the-ball movement while she can also shoot the ball with a reliable jumper. Her arsenal includes turnaround fadeaways, drop-steps, pump fakes, double fakes, and much much more. She is a talented rebounder and plays great defense.
PPG: 16.3 RPG: 6.6 APG: 3.0 BPG: 1.3 SPG: 1.2
Collier is a terrific offensive player while also chipping on the defensive end. She can get to the area around the rim and move her feet in different directions after establishing a pivot thus keeping defenders guessing. She can also free herself from defenders to get open shooting opportunities while also showcases a little dribbling game. Her rebounding and playmaking are also improving at a steady rate.
PPG: 11.3 APG: 5.9 RPG: 3.1 SPG: 1.0
Chelsea is a superb ball-handler and takes care of floor general duties in the starting lineup. Her ball-handling coupled with her shooting and an array of moves from mid-range or face-up game make her a complete weapon. She also competes hard at the defensive end and is one of the best perimeter players on both ends.
PPG: 16.4 RPG: 10.1 BPG: 1.8 SPG: 1.8
Sylvia has been one of the best players in the league for almost a decade and has been a double-double machine. She thrives in the paint, hitting baskets on post moves while getting to the right places to get a great look at the basket. Her tenacious rebounding and incomparable defense make her a winning player on a consistent basis.
PPG: 13.6 APG: 3.6 SPG: 1.1
Kelsey Plum has had a breakout season and it has been a long time coming. The guard has a quick trigger from the three-point line but that is not all to his game, she can use hesitation moves and dribble fakes to pull up from mid-range, click on fadeaways, and can finish with either hand in the paint.
PPG: 14.2 RPG: 3.7
Kayla is an incredible scorer and has been in terrific touch all season long. She can hit the long-range jumper, but her signature moves are runners and floaters as she has a terrific sense of when to release the ball over taller defenders. She is one of the best players in triple-threat situations.
PPG: 11.7 RPG: 3.8 APG: 3.3 SPG: 1.1
PPG: 10.6 RPG: 3.2
PPG: 1.5 RPG: 3.5
PF: A’ja Wilson
SF: Jackie Young
C: Kiah Stokes
SG: Riquna Williams
PG: Chelsea Gray
BENCH: Ji-Su Park, Liz Cambage, Kelsey Plum, Destiny Slocum, Dearica Hamby, Joyner Holmes, Angel McCoughtry
Las Vegas Aces squad: Jackie Young, Liz Cambage, Chelsea Gray, Dearica Hamby, Joyner Holmes, Angel McCoughtry, Ji-Su Park, Kelsey Plum, Destiny Slocum, Riquna Williams, A’ja Wilson.
BENCH: Natalie Achonwa, Rachel Banham, Damiris Dantas, Rennia Davis, Aerial Powers, Jessica Shepard, Layshia Clarendon.
Minnesota Lynx squad: Natalie Achonwa, Rachel Banham, Bridget Carleton, Layshia Clarendon, Napheesa Collier, Crystal Dangerfield, Damiris Dantas, Rennia Davis, Sylvia Fowles, Kayla McBride, Aerial Powers, Jessica Shepard
Amazon Prime is not going to broadcast the game but it is available on WNBA League Pass. The post-match highlights can be enjoyed on WNBA’s official YouTube channel.
None. No official streaming in India.