The Atlanta Dream have an settlement in place to acquire guard Allisha Gray, the 2017 WNBA rookie of the 12 months and a Tokyo Olympics 3×3 gold medalist, in a commerce with the Dallas Wings, sources informed ESPN on Wednesday.
Details had been nonetheless being finalized, however the deal additionally includes draft picks. Atlanta has the No. 3 and No. 8 general alternatives in April’s WNBA draft.
Gray, who turned 28 on Jan. 12, was the No. 4 general choose in 2017 by Dallas after profitable the NCAA title with South Carolina. She attended Washington County High School in Sandersville, Georgia — a couple of two-hour drive from Atlanta.
She has averaged 11.7 factors, 4.2 rebounds and a couple of.0 assists in her six WNBA seasons, together with 13.3 factors, 4.8 rebounds and a couple of.5 assists final season because the Wings went 18-18 and superior to the primary spherical of the playoffs.
In the primary Olympics 3×3 competitors in 2021, Gray received gold alongside fellow WNBA gamers Kelsey Plum, Stefanie Dolson and Jackie Young.
Dallas was additionally concerned in a three-way commerce this week that introduced ahead Natasha Howard and guard Crystal Dangerfield from New York. It had lengthy been rumored that Gray was in search of a commerce from the Wings.
Atlanta went 14-22 final season below first-year coach Tanisha Wright. The Dream are in search of their first playoff berth since 2018.