Allisha Gray has verbally agreed to terms on a multi-year deal to re-sign with the Dallas Wings, sources told Winsidr’s B. Terrell on Thursday. Players can officially sign with teams beginning on Feb. 1.
Named the 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Year, the Wings drafted Gray 4th overall in 2017 out of the University of South Carolina where she helped lead them to a National Championship.
Known as a multipurpose guard, Gray has career averages of 11.3ppg and 3.9rpg. Coming off the bench to start the 2020 season, Gray was able to tally career-high averages in points, rebounds, and field goal percentage while playing a career-low in minutes. During her time in Dallas, Gray has started 111 out of 122 regular-season games and has become a fan favorite.
On a young Wings roster with a new head coach in Vickie Johnson, she’ll provide veteran leadership as their longest tenured player.
Good move. They should have locked her up on a longer agreement.. She is a talented player.