Chelsea Gray driveway video behind the back in, collapse

  • NBA star Chelsea Gray made a successful pass without a look behind the back on Sunday.
  • Las Vegas point guard ace is in close contact with teammate Jackie Young for two easy points.
  • The four-time WNBA All-Star – nicknamed “Point Gawd” – finished the competition with seven assists.

Chelsea Gray lived up to her nickname “Point Gawd” during her team’s successful road trip last weekend.

The four-time WNBA All-Star handed out one of the most glamorous dimes of the 2022 season on Sunday, as Las Vegas grabbed — and threw — the Indiana Fever on the road at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

When the final seconds of the first quarter on the clock ticked away, Gray went out to the baseline to attempt an inside pass from the bottom of the basket.

Chelsea Gray leads on the baseline to try to pass the ball in.

Gray steps on the baseline to try to pass inwards.


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Her teammates struggled to evade Fever’s defense, but teammate Jackie Young finally broke free after two defenders split and cut paint.

Jackie Young penetrates the defense of Indiana Fever.

Jackie Young penetrates the defense of Indiana Fever.


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But Gray was facing the opposite direction and her feet were pointing to her right. She looked ready to throw the ball away when three Indiana players approached.

Chelsea Gray looks set to make a big change as three Indiana Fever defenders approach.

Gray appears poised to make a change in sales as three Indiana Fever defenders approach.


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Instead, she deftly swung the boulder behind her back and threw an invisible pass toward the distant block, where Young arrived half a second later.

Chelsea Gray leads behind his back to find Jackie Young wide open with an inside pass.

Gray goes behind the back to find Young wide open with the inside pass.


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The 24-year-old keeper collected Gray’s pass with relative ease, then put the ball off the backboard for an easy bucket. Check out the full sequence from a standard TV clip below:

The angle from behind the baseline, as shared by the Aces social media team, was somehow more mind-blowing:

Although Gray’s unsolicited pass from behind to Young got the most fanfare, it was Far from her only dime today.

Former Duke Blue Devil had seven assists in Las Vegas’ 25-point win, but that doesn’t even include hockey passes—like this blind pass across the fields to 2020 WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson in the second quarter that led to a quick bucket for Derica Hamby.

Gray’s teammates have argued that her stellar play has been largely ignored this season. After a 29-year-old goalkeeper She was awarded the honors MVP for her outstanding efforts In the Aces’ win in the 2022 Commissioner’s Cup, Vegas top scorer Kelsey Bloom called her backcourt teammate “the best goalkeeper in the world” and “the strongest player in the WNBA.”

“She’s the best player tonight, but she’s been leading our team all season,” Bloom said. “I feel, frankly, that she is not getting the love and credit she deserves.

“I’m really happy that people saw that tonight,” she added.

Kelsey Bloom (left) and Chelsea Gray celebrate winning the 2022 WNBA Cup.

Kelsey Bloom (left) and Gray celebrate winning the 2022 WNBA Cup.

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With a 22-8 record in the Western Conference, Las Vegas is the league class heading into the final phase of the season. The Aces have already secured a place in the 2022 WNBA Playoffs and have high hopes of capturing their first-ever WNBA title in September.

Gray – who leads the team with 6.1 assists and 1.8 shots per game – will undoubtedly be instrumental in the effort.