How to Watch the WNBA: Lynx vs. Aces | TV Channel, Streaming Info | May 29

A game after scoring 31 points in a 92-79 victory over the Dream, Kayla McBride leads the Minnesota Lynx (4-1) at home against the Las Vegas Aces (3-1) on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. It will begin at 8:00 PM ET.

Want to watch the matchup between the Lynx and Aces? You can find it on NBA TV, BSNX, Silver State Sports & Entertainment Network, and FOX5 Vegas.

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Lynx vs. Aces Game Info

  • When: Wednesday, May 29, 2024 at 8:00 PM ET
  • Where: Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • TV: NBA TV, BSNX, Silver State Sports & Entertainment Network, and FOX5 Vegas
  • Live Stream: Fubo

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Lynx Leaders

  • Napheesa Collier leads the Lynx in scoring (23.0 points per game) and rebounding (10.4 rebounds per game).
  • The team is led in assists by Courtney Williams’ 5.8 per game.
  • McBride hits 3.6 threes per game to lead the Lynx.
  • Collier averages 2.8 steals and 2.2 blocks per game. Both numbers are team-highs for Minnesota.

Aces Leaders (2023)

  • A’ja Wilson averaged 22.9 points per game last season and pulled down 9.5 rebounds a contest.
  • Kelsey Plum averaged 4.5 assists per game.
  • Plum knocked down 2.4 threes per game a season ago.
  • Wilson grabbed 1.4 steals and 2.2 blocks per game.

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Lynx vs. Aces Matchup Statistics (2023)

  • Last year, the 80.2 points per game the Lynx recorded were only 0.1 fewer points than the Aces gave up (80.3).
  • Minnesota went 13-6 last season when scoring more than 80.3 points.
  • The Aces’ 92.8 points per game last year were 7.8 more points than the 85.0 the Lynx gave up to opponents.
  • When it scored more than 85.0 points last season, Las Vegas went 31-0.
  • The Lynx put up 97.9 points per 100 possessions (eighth in league), while giving up 103.2 points per 100 possessions (10th in WNBA).
  • Minnesota and its opponents were relatively even in the turnover battle. The committed 13.4 per game (sixth in league) and forced 12.7 (ninth in WNBA).
  • The Aces’ 111.4 points per 100 possessions on offense ranked first in the WNBA, and the 95.8 points they allowed per 100 possessions ranked first in the league.
  • The Aces won the turnover battle on average, committing 11.1 per game (first in WNBA play) while forcing 13.2 (fifth in the league).
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