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Allisha Gray's Bio

About Allisha Gray

Position: Guard
Height: 6-0
Weight: 167
Birthdate: January 12, 1995
College: South Carolina
Hometown: Sandersville, Ga.
Pronunciation: uh-LEE-shuh
Pronouns: she/her

Career Transactions: Selected by the Dallas Wings as the fourth overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft … Dallas exercised Gray’s fourth-year option (1/9/19) … Signed a multi-year contract with Dallas (1/1/21) … Traded to the Atlanta Dream in exchange for Atlanta’s 2023 No. 3 pick and a 2025 first round pick (1/21/23) … Signed a multi-year contract extension with Atlanta (3/7/23).

Career Highlights, Awards and Milestones 

  • In 180 games played, Gray has totaled 2,113 points, 763 rebounds, 357 assists and 222 steals.
  • Won an Olympic Gold Medal in the inaugural 3×3 competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
  • 2021 USA Basketball 3×3 Athlete of the Year
  • 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Year
  • 2017 WNBA All-Rookie Team
  • June 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Month
  • May 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Month
  • Scored her 2,000th career point with the Dallas Wings against the Indiana Fever on July 24, 2022.
  • Pulled down her 500th career rebound with the Dallas Wings against the Minnesota Lynx on June 17, 2021

In the News 

2021 WNBA Season (Dallas)

Dropped a team-high 23 points at LAS 5/14…netted 14 points against WAS on 6/26…scored 16 vs CHI on 6/30, passing 1500 career points…netted 20 points at CHI 8/17…recorded a double-double with 19 points and season-high 10 rebounds vs ATL 9/2…grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds versus ATL 9/5…recorded her third double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds vs NYL 9/11.

2020 WNBA Season (Dallas)

Scored 19 vs ATL 7/26…season-high six assists vs CHI 8/4…grabbed a season-high 7 boards vs PHX 8/10 before grabbing a new season-high of 8 vs CON 8/12…netted career-high 26 points vs MIN 9/4…made a career-high 5 threes at MIN 8/19…recorded 15 double-digit scoring games and 3 20 or more point games in 2020.

2019 WNBA Season (Dallas)

Has played in every single game of her first three seasons…Played 1,000 mins for the first time in her career…Pulled down her 100th career offensive rebound at WAS on 6/9… Led the team with eight rebounds vs. IND on 6/13…Set season-high marks against ATL on 6/15 with 16 points, 5 FGM, 5 FTM, 8 FTA and tied her season mark for rebounds with 8… Played a season-high 38 mins vs MIN on 6/30… Tied her career-high in steals (four) at Chicago 7/7… Poured in a career-high 22 points against the Liberty at home (8/16), followed the performance with another 22-point outing at Connecticut on 8/18.

2018 WNBA Season (Dallas)

Scored a season-high of 18 points against the Sun on 8/14… Dished out a new career-high of nine assists on 7/31 versus Chicago… Also had two takeaways the most stolen this season… Grabbed a season-high in total boards with six on 5/26 against Atlanta…Five of them on the defensive side… Recorded three steals for a new season-high on 6/22 against Los Angeles.

2017 WNBA Season (Dallas)

Started and played in all 34 games… Named WNBA Rookie of the month for May and June… Averaged 13.0 points per game, the third-highest for the Wings… Tied a career-high on 7/28 against Seattle in steals with three… Grabbed a career-high in rebounds twice with nine… Recorded a career-high in points with 21 against Connecticut on 8/12… Ranked first amongst rookie leaders in points scored per game… Ranked first among rookies in blocks, steals, assists, and minutes… Also finished the season in the top five in three other categories for all rookie leaders in the league… Named WNBA Rookie of the Year.

USA National Team 

  • Gray first was named to the USA National Team pool in March 2018. Since then, she has compiled an 25-3 record with USA teams, including nine training camps between five-on-five and 3×3.
  • Won a gold medal representing USA at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in the inaugural 3×3 competition.
  • Named the 2021 USA Basketball 3×3 Athlete of the Year.
  • Named Tournament MVP of the inaugural 3×3 2021 Big Twelve International event in Voiron, France, where the USA women finished first with a 6-1 record.
  • Is 18-2 all-time while representing Team USA five-on-five and 3×3 national teams, including exhibition games.
  • Competed in the USA National Team’s four-game NCAA tour in November 2019; aided the USA to a 3-1 slate and averaged 5.5 points per game.
  • Participated in the 2018 USA World Cup Team training camp and helped the USA to a 2-0 exhibition record; averaged 1.0 rebounds per game.
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Renounced remaining season of college eligibility on 4/3/17 in order to enter the draft after winning the Women’s NCAA National Championship with South Carolina in 2017…NCAA Final Four All-Tournament…. NCAA Stockton Regional All-Tournament…. 19th in SEC in scoring (13.2 ppg) … Second on the team in double-figures scoring games (29)… Shot 51.0 percent on the season, including 56.8 percent in the NCAA Tournament…. Second on team in scoring and assists (2.5 per game)…. Steady contributor in all aspects of the game – 18 games of five or more rebounds, 9 games of four or more assists…. Team’s second-leading scorer and rebounder in NCAA Tournament action (16.5 ppg, 8.3 rpg…. 2015 First-Team All-ACC and WBCA All-Region…. Prior to South Carolina, played two seasons at North Carolina (2014-15)… Became 35th player in program history to score 1,000 career points with her 1,053 the second-most scored in a Tar Heel’s first two seasons…. Named First-Team All-ACC and WBCA All-America Honorable Mention after leading the team in scoring at 15.2 points per game to rank eighth in the league, while her 7.6 rebounds per game were second on the team and 11th in the conference…. Was named to the Naismith and Wooden Award midseason watch lists…. Made the Freshman All-America Second Team by Full Court and was an All-ACC Freshman Team selection after finishing 18th in the league with 13.9 points per game, including 41.8 percent accuracy from 3-point range to rank fifth in the ACC…. Was he the second North Carolina player to ever score at least 500 points in her freshman season.


Daughter of Annie and Dr. Allen Gray has an older brother, Marlo East, a younger brother A.J. Gray, who plays football at Georgia Tech, and a younger sister, Ashley Gray…. Born Jan. 12, 1995, in Greenwood, S.C…. Attended Washington County where she ranked as the No. 7 overall and No. 4 guards in the 2013 class according to ESPN…. Three-time Class 3A Player of the Year (2010, 2011, 2012) by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA), two-time selection by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (2011, 2012)…. Sat out her senior season with an injury…. Led Washington County to the 3A state title in 2011 and a runner-up finishes her junior year (2012)…. Paced the state with 28.4 points per game as a sophomore (2011) and averaged 32.0 points, 3.4 assists and 5.2 steals as a junior (2012)…. Was named to the 2012 USA Basketball U18 National Team, missing the FIBA Americas U18 Championship with an injury.

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