A’ja Wilson nearly did it all last season. Without all-world center Liz Cambage or elite point guard Kelsey Plum, and despite losing long-time All-Star Angel McCoughtry and Sixth Woman of the Year Dearica Hamby, Wilson's regular-season performance earned an MVP trophy in the WNBA. She then pulled out even more heroics by leading a limping Las Vegas Aces to the Finals. It was a little too much to win a championship, especially with the way the Seattle Storm were playing during the 2020 season in Florida, but Wilson showed that some better health to her company this year could see her take that extra step. If someone said Wilson's scoring average was the second worst of her career this season, you would think something was wrong, but even as a rookie she had MVP-worthy numbers of 20 points and eight assists. Last year she was up above 20 points again. Trending Trent’s vision coach explains all Neville: Why Man Utd must move for Kane Kyle Anderson dies aged 33 Are Mercedes really back ahead? F1’s crunch battle assessed Chelsea offered Atletico’s Saul on loan How do Liverpool stop Lukaku? Carra and Neville’s Premier League predictions McTominay out; Robertson, Tierney in… Read full this story
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