Aces' Clark wins Sixth Player of the Year
Las Vegas Aces forward Alysha Clark was named the WNBA's Sixth Player of the Year, the league announced Monday.
Clark earned 35 of 60 votes from a national panel of sportswriters and broadcasters, edging out DiJonai Carrington of the Connecticut Sun and Dana Evans of the Chicago Sky.
The 36-year-old is the third Aces player to win the award in the last four seasons.
Clark averaged 6.7 points, 3.4 boards, and 1.1 assists to go along with a 38.6% clip from deep over 39 regular-season appearances.
She posted 13.5 points, five boards, and 1.5 assists per contest during the Aces' opening-round sweep of the Chicago Sky.
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