Las Vegas Aces creates another shocking record in WNBA history…

Having sold entire season tickets, the Las Vegas Aces create WNBA history.

Las Vegas Aces are the first WNBA team to sell out its seaso

You may watch amazing footage of female professional basketball players scoring, running about the stadium, and striking epic postures by visiting the Las Vegas Aces website. Season ticket availability is something you won’t see.

“The back-to-back WNBA Champion Las Vegas Aces announced today that the team is sold out of season ticket memberships for the 2024 season, making them the first team in WNBA history to sell out its season ticket allotment,” according to the website.

As of right now, the Aces are the most successful professional women’s basketball team. The squad won the WNBA title for the second time in a row last season. Should it manage to secure a third, the Aces will begin to close the gap on the Houston Comets, who comfortably won the league from 1997 to 2000.

Professional women’s basketball wasn’t doing well back then. The WNBA’s clubs have had to gain traction with supporters and sponsors who tend to overlook women’s sports since the league’s founding in 1997.

However, there has been a notable surge in women’s basketball recently. The average number of people that attended WNBA games increased by 16% in the previous season. On average, almost 6,000 people attended WNBA games. With about 10,000 spectators in attendance at every game, the Aces have the highest average attendance rate in the league.

“This is such a special milestone for our franchise, as it really represents the culmination of several years of hard work by our players, our coaches, and our front office as we’ve tried to build a championship culture on and off the court and foster impactful relationships in the community,” said Aces President Nikki Fargas in an email to National Public Radio. “Las Vegas has truly shown up and shown out for this franchise, creating a bond between the city and our team that is unrivaled in the WNBA.”

Women’s basketball is booming thanks to the emergence of a new generation of talents, such as college standout Caitlin Clark, who intends to pursue the WNBA Draft. Earlier this year, the Big Ten women’s basketball tournament experienced its first-ever sellout. Currently, the WNBA is anticipated to be sponsored for $860 million. In addition, there have been rumors of a new team being built, which would give the league 14 teams by 2024.

A’ja Wilson, Chelsea Gray, Jackie Young, and other stars will take on Brittney Griner, one of the only real celebrities in women’s basketball, in the Las Vegas Aces’ season-opening game on May 14 against the Phoenix Mercury. I wish you luck in getting a single ticket.

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