That's WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces to you.
The Aces used a 78-71 Game 4 win over the Connecticut Sun to claim their first title in franchise history. The Aces had no shortage of star power on the court -- A'ja Wilson is the reigning league MVP -- or on the sideline -- rookie head coach Becky Hammon was named Coach of the Year.
With the victory, the Aces became the first Las Vegas professional sports franchise to win a championship. Hammon also became the first rookie coach to win a WNBA title in her debut season. But that's not all: According to ESPN Stats & Information research, Wilson & Co. are also just the fourth team in league history to win MVP, Coach of the Year and hoist the trophy all in the same season. The last team to accomplish the feat? The Seattle Storm in 2010 with some athlete named Sue Bird.
watching my aces rn, i'll be back nfl 🖤❤️— Ja Morant (@JaMorant) September 18, 2022
💍 ringskii @LVAces— Ja Morant (@JaMorant) September 18, 2022
Da Mayor of South Carolina 💐🖤❤️ https://t.co/keQqg6BZxU— Ja Morant (@JaMorant) September 18, 2022
First team All-WNBA ✅— Washington Women's Basketball (@UW_WBB) September 18, 2022
All-Star MVP ✅
WNBA Champion 🏆
A historic end to a historic season for @Kelseyplum10! Congratulations to KP, Coach Hammon, and the Las Vegas Aces on their first WNBA championship‼️#ProDawgs x #Becoming pic.twitter.com/FcQKzasFfU