A’ja Wilson scored 35 points on 14-of-17 shooting and grabbed 14 rebounds to secure the victory.
The defending champion Aces have cruised to a 21-2 record, winning 13 of those games by at least 15 points — tied for the third-most in a season. Their plus-357 point differential is the best over any 23-game span in league history.
Wilson made some history of her own, becoming just the third player to score at least 35 points, grab 10-plus rebounds and shoot 80% or better from the field.
The Aces opened the game with an 11-0 run. Wilson and Young combined to outscore the Dream 32-30 in the first half. Wilson scored 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting and Young had 13 as Las Vegas took an 18-point lead into the break. Gray added eight points and seven assists in the first half.
Candace Parker missed her fifth consecutive game for the Aces. The two-time WNBA champion (2016, 2021) and two-time league MVP (2008, 2013) has not played since she suffered an ankle injury in a 80-78 loss to the Dallas Wings on July 7.
Las Vegas finished with 25 assists, shot 52% (36-of-69) from the field and made 18-of-24 from the free throw line. The Lynx were 9-of-10 from the foul line.
ESPN’s Stats & Information research and The Associated Press contributed to this story.