Allisha Grey is headed to Atlanta.
The previous WNBA rookie of the 12 months is being dealt by the Dallas Wings to the Dream, ESPN’s M.A. Voepel reported Wednesday.
Specifics of the deal should not but identified, although the commerce is predicted to incorporate draft picks as soon as it’s finalized. The Dream maintain each the No. 3 and No. 8 picks in April’s WNBA Draft.
Grey averaged a career-best 13.3 factors and 4.8 rebounds final season, her sixth with the Wings after they drafted her with the No. 4 decide in 2017. The previous South Carolina standout, who received a title with the Gamecocks earlier than touchdown within the league, helped lead the Wings to the playoffs for a 3rd time final season, although they’ve did not make it out of the primary spherical since relocating to Dallas from Tulsa.
Grey helped lead the USA to a gold medal within the Tokyo Olympics within the first inaugural ladies’s 3×3 competitors alongside Kelsey Plum, Stefanie Dolson and Jackie Younger.
Grey, a Georgia native, will now transfer to the Dream, who completed final season 14-22 underneath new coach Tanisha Wright. They have not made the playoffs since 2018.
The Wings, who parted methods with coach Vickie Johnson in September, had been concerned earlier this week in a three-team commerce that noticed Connecticut Solar star Jonquel Jones transfer to the New York Liberty. The Wings acquired Natasha Howard and Crystal Dangerfield within the deal.