The Las Vegas Aces won their first WNBA championship, and WNBA Twitter is losing it by a spectacular WNBA Finals run.
The Las Vegas Aces won their first WNBA championship, and it’s hard to pick a title.
The Aces have been in tears since the All-Star break, which Aja Wilson spoke about before the start of the WNBA Finals:
“Being the No. 1 seed, seeing that people saw us mad at the All-Star break on a losing streak, I think that’s something that’s very special and it’s about our system in this franchise. speaks.”
Wilson’s season is worthy of a series, alluded to in a recent Nike “Run It Back” ad. If Wilson won the WNBA Finals MVP, she would have become Defensive Player of the Year, League MVP, and the first person to win Finals MVP, as Hakeem Olajuwon did in 1994.
But it was not just Aja who made the dream come true. Chelsea Gray, recipient of the WNBA Finals MVP Trophy, boosted the Aces offense in major Game 1, 2 and 4 wins.
Gray wasn’t named an All-Star this year, but said she was happy to “keep the ring.”
Today, the aces are the world champions, and announcers are already debating whether this is the beginning of the Sin City dynasty.
The Best Memes and Tweets in Incredible Aces WNBA Championship Wins
The WNBA and news organizations dressed up with perfect graphics to celebrate the Aces’ victory.
“Point God” Chelsea Gray Applauded for Winning WNBA Finals MVP
Of course, point god, there should be a post dedicated to Chelsea Grey.
— WNBA (@WNBA) September 18, 2022
Now Chelsea Gray deserves a big Finals MVP trophy – what’s with the SK players giving away the smallest trophies? Another testament to how impressive this team has been in 2022: Kelsey Plum, Eja Wilson and Chelsea Gray garnered accolades.
It was important to celebrate Wilson and Hyman, as they worked together to make their mark in WNBA history.
Becky Hyman proves NBA skeptics wrong by winning chip in season one
Leading her team with “trust,” Aces head coach Becky Hammon should be applauded and celebrated for what she achieved as a first-year WNBA head coach in Las Vegas.
All of this comes after reports that the NBA wanted Becky Hammon to “wait her turn” to coach in the league, when she decided to coach San Antonio Spurs head coach Greg Popovich and go on with her own playing career in the WNBA. Spent years
Unsurprisingly, Hyman’s face completely captures it. To every NBA team that passes on his expertise, they can rejoice in his immediate success with aces.