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Can this star-studded Aces squad bring the city its first professional sports championship? There are plenty of reasons to think they can get the job done.

Title push: 8 reasons the Las Vegas Aces could make some noise in the second season

August 22nd, 2019

Can this star-studded Aces squad bring the city its first professional sports championship? There are plenty of reasons to think they can get the job done.

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