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The Vegas Aces won the 2022 WNBA Championship on Sunday, winning the best-of-five series against the Connecticut Sun, 3-1. It marks the first WNBA title in franchise history for the Aces.

On Her Turf provided live updates during Game 4. Watch below to relive how the deciding game unfolded at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

WNBA Finals 2022 โ€“ Game 4 Live Updates

Fourth Quarter Highlights:

10:00 Q4: It could all come down to this. The Aces, up 53-49, are 10 minutes from their first WNBA title. But anyone who discounts Connecticut hasn’t seen this team play this season.

7:01 P4: By Wanna Bonner with a HUGE triple. Connecticut still trails, but only by three (60-57).

6:25 P4: And Briona Jones makes it a one point game. He’s three three off the ground this afternoon.

6:05 Q4: And another great triple, this one from kelsey plum of the Las Vegas Aces.

3:46 P4: By Wanna Bonner makes three free throws in a row after receiving a foul kelsey plum.

2:22 P4: Courtney-Williams puts the Sun in the lead, 69-67. Connecticut on an 8-0 streak.

1:39 P4: Riquna Williams of the Aces with two huge triples, in a row. Las Vegas leads 73-71.

0:53: AND ANOTHER OF RIQUENA WILLIAMS (embedded video below). Williams, in his second season with the Aces, is making a big impact in the closing moments of this game. She averaged just 6.7 points per game during the regular season.

0:48 4Q: Oof. Connecticut’s chances became much more difficult as By Wanna Bonner turns the ball over on a serve. 2022 WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson he just grabs the ball out of the air and makes it look easy.

0:18: The Connecticut Sun, normally so balanced, looking very frantic in these final moments. You can feel his championship hopes fading.

0:00 Q4: THE VEGAS ACES ARE THE 2022 WNBA CHAMPIONS. Final score: 78-71.

While searching through the archives the other day, I found this headline from a March 1999 issue of the Denver Post. Maybe after all these years people will finally stop underestimating becky hammond.

Third Quarter Highlights:

8:41 Q3: Consecutive triples. first of chelsea gray of the Acesโ€ฆ then Natisha Hiedeman del Sol responds on the next move.

6:40 Q3: Does the second half already feel like a different game than the others? Much more offensive momentum than in the first half.

0:00 Q3: At the end of the third quarter, Las Vegas wins 53-49.


A couple of key stats to keep in mind…

  • Both teams with a lot of turnovers. Nine from Las Vegas, eight from the Connecticut Sun.
  • Both teams also missed a lot of shots. The Aces finished the half with a 33.3% field goal percentage, the Sun only slightly better (35.5%).

Second Quarter Highlights:

7:37 Q2: And the Aces don’t let the Sun pick up momentum. 2022 WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson ago 23-15.

6:50 Q2: And Sun’s double technical foul is sanctioned Natisha Hiedeman and the aces kelsey plum. Plum fouled Hiedeman, who responded with a shove.

5:28 P2: Courtney-Williams puts Connecticut back on the board, ending a streak for the Aces (video below). She is the only Sun player to score so far this quarter.

2:47 P2: jonquel jones!! Big block, denying A’ja Wilson (video below). Jones, the 2021 WNBA MVP, has *checks notes* ZERO POINTS so far?!

2:19 Q2: Delete that! jonquel jones he gets his first points of the game, earning a free kick along the way. Aces lead 25-20.

1:21 Q2: And the Sun is back on this thing! (How many times have we said that during this year’s WNBA Playoffs? Too many to count.) By Wanna Bonner tie, 25-25.

0:00 Q2: At the end of the half, it’s a two-point game. Las Vegas leads 30-28.

First Quarter Highlights:

10:00 Q1: Quick update: After going 0-2 in Las Vegas, the Sun kept their championship hopes alive with a dominant performance at home on Thursday. alyssa thomas he recorded the first triple-double in WNBA Finals history, recording 16 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists.

9:30 P1: The Connecticut Sun gets on the board first thanks to By Wanna Bonner.

5:11 P1: chelsea gray he’s doing his thing. He has five points so far, with the Aces leading 13-6. And then he meets Coach Sun. curt millerwho is trying to call a time out.

A quick refresher on Gray’s postseason dominance: He averaged 13.7 points per game during the regular season. During the WNBA Playoffs, though? She 21.9 points per game.

2:41 1Q: Riquna Williams with a triple (video below). Las Vegas Aces on a 12-0 winning streak, currently leading 16-6.

1:12 P1: Ugh. By Wanna Bonner short. Medical staff are checking on her while Connecticut takes a break. In one replay, she looks like she gets elbowed in the stomach from chelsea gray.

0:46 P1: And the Sun has flipped it. alyssa thomas reduces the advantage of the Aces to four points (16-12).

Connecticut Sun vs. Las Vegas Aces: what they say:

Jonquel Jones on the Connecticut Sun’s mindset heading into Game 4 of the WNBA Finals:

โ€œThe mindset is to make sure we come out aggressive. We have to have the same energy, or even better than the last game. They (the aces) will give us their best chance. They don’t want him to go to five games, and we do. Both teams are going to play some very tough basketball, very tough basketball and we have to make sure we’re affecting the game the way we need to get to a win.”

Courtney Williams on what the Connecticut Sun needs to do to win Game 4:

โ€œContain Chelsea Gray and A’ja (Wilson). I think they are the head of the snake there and we have to do everything we can to try and contain them.”

Chelsea Gray on how the Aces are feeling heading into Game 4 of the WNBA Finals:

โ€œConfident in who we are. Knowing that we will do better this time going out, on both ends, make some adjustments and get to work. And compete and try to win a title.โ€

Jackie Young on how it would feel to win the WNBA title on Sunday afternoon:

โ€œIt’s something you dream of as a child, something you work for your whole life and I’m excited for the opportunity. We have one more game to get the job done and it starts on the defensive end for us.โ€

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