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Mystics at Aces second half preview: Washington finishes road trip with a 15-point lead in Las Vegas

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The Mystics will finish the second half of their game against the Aces on Monday night.

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Elena Delle Donne and A’ja Wilson face off for one hour of basketball, maybe a little more on Monday.
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The Washington Mystics (14-7) will finish their three-game road trip against the Las Vegas Aces (15-7) on Monday, August 5 at 10 p.m. ET. The game will be played at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nev.

Before you get freaked out about what Paradise is, it is basically where most of the Las Vegas Strip is. That’s right! Most of the Strip actually isn’t in the Las Vegas city limits. It’s like Miami vs. Miami Beach. If you want to go to South Beach, you actually have to head to Miami Beach, not Miami.

You can watch the game on Monumental Sports Network locally, MyLVTV in the Las Vegas area and WNBA League Pass elsewhere.

The Aces will be without A’ja Wilson, who has an ankle injury and hasn’t played since July 19.

The Mystics will not have Emma Meesseman or Kim Mestdagh available for the second half of this game because they were suspended on July 5, the original date of the game due to Women’s EuroBasket commitments.

The Mystics will begin the second half with a 51-36 lead, but this is effectively a new game. We’ll see if Washington can do their best not let the Aces outscore them by 16 points tomorrow night.