LAS VEGAS — Coaches, players and WNBA executives were thrilled with the show Las Vegas put on for the All-Star Game last weekend.
From a high-level game to first-class entertainment, the city got rave reviews.
“It was electric. It was positive. And I think we should have it here every year,” All-Star captain A’ja Wilson said. “I don’t think I have a say in it, but just the feel of it. Everyone kind of was here. You have players that were not even in competition at all here to support their teammates. That’s what it’s all about. We’re all coming together and watching a game and playing a game that we love, and I just had so much fun.”
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