A'ja Wilson of Las Vegas Aces wins 2022 WNBA MVP, edging Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart The WNBA MVP race had been clear for a while.
A'ja Wilson vs. Breanna Stewart – both former MVPs looking for every other piece of hardware. On Wednesday, the WNBA introduced the Las Vegas Aces
Wilson as the MVP, capping a fantastic season for her and the Aces. Las Vegas superior to the 2022 WNBA Finals over Stewart's Seattle
Storm much less than 24 hours previous to the vote's reveal. "Winning this award is epic," Wilson said on a video call. "To say I won it two instances,
it’s simply a blessing, it truly is. Our league is hard. It’s complete of elite and extremely good gamers." Here is a breakdown of the voting:
A'ja Wilson (478 overall points, 31 votes for 1st region, 24 votes for 2d) Breanna Stewart (446 total points, 23 votes for 1st place, 28 votes for 2d)
Under first-year train Becky Hammon, Wilson led the Aces to the best document inside the league at 26-10. The South Carolina product
completed the ordinary season averaging 19.Five points per game (5th overall) and ranked 2nd in rebounds consistent with sport (9.Four).
Wilson shot a profession-high-quality 50.1 percent from the field. Her efforts at the defensive cease – a league-first-class 1.
9 blocks in step with game on pinnacle of one.4 steals – garnered her Defensive Player of the Year honors. Wilson is the fifth participant to win MVP