Las Vegas Aces drop FRANCHISE-HIGH 39-PT quarter as Jackie Young beats the buzzer! | WNBA on ESPN

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Watch as Jackie Young sinks the three at the end of the first quarter to help cap off the Las Vegas Aces’ historic 39 PTS performance against the Los Angeles Suns.

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