Las Vegas Aces announced Sunday that they've hired Kelsey Plum to a contract extension. Rachel Galligan of Just Women's

Sports announced it's a 2-year contract extension to the player who was scheduled to become a free-agent at the time of the

season's end. Plum is currently in the middle of a breakout season scoring 20.2 per game, 5.5 assists, and 3.0 rebounding per

game, all records for career highs. She was the debut All-Star award and also was named MVP of the game when she scored 30

points on the team Wilson. The former Washington player is the most prolific scorer on an Division I collegiate level and was

awarded a gold medal in the forthcoming 2020 Olympics playing three-on-three basketball. She is 5'8 inches tall" guard had a

difficult time sustaining her consistency during the early stages of her WNBA career following her selection the No. first overall

in the 2017 season. She scored 8.9 score per game over the first three seasons, while scoring 38.9 percentage from the floor. It

took her coming out of on the bench for 2021 to allow the skilled player to revert to 14.8 scores per game. In her fifth season she

has become an WNBA's top stars , and is currently ranked 2nd in WNBA in scoring behind Breanna Stewart. "Kelsey Plum is a

great talent for the next generation and is one of the most dedicated athletes I've ever encountered," general manager Natalie