Aerial Powers drops new CAREER-HIGH 32 PTS in Lynx blowout 🏅 | WNBA on ESPN

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Aerial Powers went off for the Minnesota Lynx, dropping a career-high 32 PTS to go with 6 REB & 4 AST on 10-17 FG with 3 3PM as the Lynx blew past the Las Vegas Aces, 102-71.

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