Las Vegas will celebrate the Aces’ 2022 WNBA Championship with a Parade on Tuesday on the Las Vegas Strip. The Aces’ procession will begin near Caesars Palace, where they’ll make a short trip southbound on Las Vegas Boulevard, arriving at the Bellagio, where a stage will be set up in front of the Bellagio Fountains. The event is slated to occur at 5:30 p.m. and is scheduled to last about an hour. With NO ADMISSION CHARGE.
Mark Davis, after spending the last few years telling Las Vegas Aces executives what they really ought to be doing with their franchise – paying the players more, for starters – Raiders owner Mark Davis bought the team. Aces are Las Vegas and Mark Davis, as owner, First Championship Team. The Aces moved to Las Vegas in 2017 from San Antonio, where the franchise had played since the 2003 season as the Silver Stars and Stars. The team began as the Utah Starzz, where it played from the WNBA's inaugural season in 1997 through 2003. The Las Vegas Aces won their first-ever WNBA title on Sunday, beating the Connecticut Sun 78-71 in Game 4 at Mohegan Sun Arena. Chelsea Gray scored 20 points, and was named Finals MVP. Riquna William had 17 points for the Aces, followed by Kelsey Plum with 16 points, Jackie Young with 13 points, and A'ja Wilson with 11 points.