Aces Sign Two-Time All-Star Guard Epiphanny Prince
LAS VEGAS, NV - Las Vegas Aces General Manager Dan Padover announced today that the team has signed two-time All-Star guard Epiphanny Prince for the remainder of the season.
Prince is a nine-year WNBA veteran who has averaged 13.3 points and 2.9 assists per game, while connecting on 37.2 percent of her three-pointers in her career. She last played for the New York Liberty in 2018 where she averaged 8.4 points and made 41.9 percent of her shots from long distance.
"In looking at our final roster spot, we wanted to add a veteran with WNBA playoff experience," said Padover. "Piph was by far the best available player out there, and she is already familiar with our system having played under Coach Laimbeer for three years in New York. She can spread the floor, she takes care of the basketball, and is an active defender who will hopefully bolster our depth out on the perimeter."
The Aces have three games remaining on their schedule beginning Saturday, August 31 as the Los Angeles Sparks come to the Mandalay Bay Events Center for Las Vegas' final home game of the regular season. Tip is slated for 7:30 p PT.
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