Minnesota Lynx vs. Las Vegas Aces Preview: In-Form Lynx looking for win to settle the score


The Minnesota Lynx and Las Vegas Aces will square off in a WNBA matchup at the Target Center on Friday. The Aces won the last match between these two teams on June 19, by a score of 96-95. Minnesota Lynx are finding their feet and are coming into the fixture with a win. On the other hand, Las Vegas Aces had a good start to the season but lost the previous match.

Las Vegas Aces’ Latest Problems and Form

The Aces have an overall record of 14-5 going into this game, but they just suffered a defeat. The defense badly failed, allowing the Seattle Storm to score 88 points. This resulted in the 10-point loss of the Aces. The Aces’ offense scores 89.8 points on average per game, while their defense surrenders 82.9. The Aces’ pitching staff is ranked eighth overall, while their offense is ranked first in the league. The leading scorer for the Aces has been Kelsey Plum. She is averaging 20.5 points per game, shooting 43.7 percent from the field and 42.8 percent from beyond the arc.

Superb Winning Form of Minnesota Lynx

The Lynx have recently been much more competitive despite having a 6-14 overall record. The Lynx’s offense produced 92 points in their most recent game against the Dallas Wings. This performance was enough to win the game by 28 points. They were pretty competitive even in their most recent game against the Aces, which they had a good chance of winning. The Lynx average 80.8 points per game while allowing 83.5 points per game on defense. The league’s attack is placed seventh, and the defense is ninth. The highest performer for the Lynx has been Sylvia Fowles. She is averaging 15.6 points and shoots 65.4 percent from the field.

Prediction: Place Your Bets on the Lynx

The Lynx are favorites to win this game and seem to have finally turned their season around. The Lynx will easily rack up the points after the Aces’ defense allowed 88 points to Seattle in the previous game. The Lynx will score almost 88 points, and Minnesota will win this game. Against the spread, support the Lynx.

Noah Davis
Former Collegiate Basketball Player Currently working as a sports writer sports enthusiast and Basketball lover

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