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Chelsea Gray
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Chelsea Gray's Bio

About Chelsea Gray

Chelsea Gray

● WNBA Champion (2016)
● WNBA All-Star (2017, 2018)

2018 (Los Angeles): Gray played and started in all 34 games for the Sparks in 2018, posting
single-game career highs in points, field goals, offensive rebounds, assists, steals and blocks. Gray was
named to her second straight WNBA All-Star game. Gray opened the season with a game-winning
buzzer-beater to give the Sparks a 77-76 win over the Minnesota Lynx. In the Sparks first-round game
against the Lynx, Gray poured in 26 points and hit several key shots to help the Sparks eliminate

2017 (Los Angeles): Started and played in all 34 games… Averaged 33.1 mpg, 14.8 ppg, 3.3 rpg. and
1.06 spg… Led the league in 3-point field goal percentage, 48.2%… Was 6th in the league in assists,
averaging 4.4 ppg… Led the team six times in scoring… Recorded a double-double with a career-high 10
assists and 20 points on 8/18 @ Chicago… Scored in double-figures in 28 of 34 games… Had a career
high 25 points vs. Atlanta on 5/27… Played a career high 48 minutes @ Chicago on 8/18… Set a new
career high, shooting 5-8 from 3-point range vs. San Antonio on 8/22… Named 2017 WNBA All-Star
reserve for the first time in her career. Third on the team in scoring.

2016 (Los Angeles): Appeared in 33 games (one start)… Averaged 5.9 ppg, 1.8 rpg and 2.2 apg…
Closed out the regular season with six straight double digit games including two games of 20 or more
points… ranked fourth on the team in assists.

2015 (Connecticut): Appeared in 34 games without a start…Averaged 6.9 points…Second on the team
in assists (92)…Fifth on team in made threes (23)…Had nine double-figure scoring games…Hit at least
one three-pointer in 15 games…Had a career-high 16 points twice…Had a career-best seven assists
against San Antonio (8/4)…Had a career-high nine rebounds at Chicago (8/30).

2014 (Connecticut): Sat out the season rehabilitating right knee injury suffered in January of her senior
year at Duke.

College: Two-time all ACC First Team selection had career disrupted by injuries… Played just 17 games
as a senior after suffering a fractured right knee cap against Boston College (1/12)… Dislocated same
knee as a junior in February of 2013, forcing her to miss last four games of regular season, the ACC and
NCAA Tournaments…First player in program history to record two triple-doubles… Averaged 11.1 ppg
and five apg at Duke… Averaging 10.8 ppg and 7.2 apg as a senior before season ended by injury… Had
program record 201 assists as a sophomore… ACC Co-Player of the Year as a junior… Ranked 25th in
program history with 1,210 career points… Averaged school-record five apg… Career total of 545 assists
ranks second all-time in Duke history… Owns four of the top five single-game assist totals in program
history, including 15 against Clemson as a junior, which is tied for first all-time.

Personal: Born Chelsea Nichelle Gray… Daughter of James and Vickey Gray… Has one brother, Javon…
Cousin, Alexis Gray-Lawson, played for the California women’s basketball team and was drafted by the
Washington Mystics of the WNBA… California Miss Basketball and Gatorade Player of the Year selection
in 2010… Tallied 18 points and eight rebounds in the 2010 WBCA High School All-America game, while
being named Red Team MVP… Scored 2,164 career points at St. Mary’s… Averaged 16 ppg, 6.1 apg, 5.1
spg and 4.2 rpg… Led St Mary’s to Class 6A state championship and was named MVP of the state
tournament… St. Mary’s finished 34-1 overall, and was No. 2 in the final national ranking… One of five
finalists for 2010 Naismith Player of the Year Award.

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