“One of the Greatest Players of All Time”- Kelsey Plum Believes A’ja Wilson Should Win the WNBA MVP With a Unanimous Vote This Year

The Las Vegas Aces conquered Indiana Fever on Tuesday, thanks to a fiery performance from their superstar forward A’ja Wilson. The 2-time WNBA champion’s brilliance on the hardwood mesmerized her teammate Kelsey Plum so much that she ended up declaring Wilson the MVP for the season.

During the post-game press conference, Plum said, “Just another night at the the office, like, we take it for grantedhb But we’re watching one of the greatest players of all time in front of our eyes.” Then the Aces guard boldly added, “It’s a unanimous vote this year [for her as MVP], you feel me? Just saying.”

A’ja Wilson grabbed the spotlight with her remarkable offensive and defensive skills in the 88-69 win against Caitlin Clark’s Fever. The Aces’ leader entertained the Vegas crowd by putting up 28 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals and 5 stellar blocks on the scoreboard.

Wilson has impressive numbers of 27 points, 11 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.9 steals and 2.5 blocks per game this season, which could earn her the third MVP title as Plum speculated. The 29-year-old guard herself had a phenomenal contribution of 34 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists in the victory.

After showcasing her outstanding performance in the action-filled game, Wilson addressed the shift in energy this season in the league.A’ja Wilson Talks About Energy in WNBA

The Fever had to face another road loss but, like most of Clark’s games, fans poured in huge numbers to witness her skills. Because of her popularity, comparatively, more basketball enthusiasts turn up in the arenas, and it is not unknown to A’ja Wilson or anyone else in the league.

When more than 20,000 fans filled the Vegas Arena on Tuesday, Wilson pointed at the positive growth of the league. The 6-time All-Star took the opportunity to address the exceptional contribution of players that have helped to shatter the glass ceilings.

As time passes by, both the viewership and court attendees are increasing, which might be because of the Fever’s budding star, but it is giving hope to all the other promising female athletes in the WNBA.

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