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Danielle Adams's Bio

About Danielle Adams

WNBA In The News Overseas College High School Personal
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SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter @swaggyhooper23
Instagram danielleadams_11

 

WNBA TRANSACTIONS

Apr. 11, 2011 Drafted by San Antonio in the second round (No. 20 overall) of the 2011 WNBA Draft
Apr. 29, 2016 Waived by San Antonio
Feb. 22, 2017 Signed as a free agent by Connecticut

 

WNBA REGULAR SEASON CAREER

2017 (Connecticut)

  • Scored a season-high 9 points at Indiana on May 20
  • Grabbed a season-high 4 rebounds against Chicago on July 25
  • Recorded her 100th career block at Minnesota on June 17

2015 (San Antonio)

  • Scored in double figures on 12 occasions, including a season-high 20 points against Chicago on July 19
  • Grabbed a season-high 7 rebounds against Chicago on June 20

2014 (San Antonio)

  • Reached double-figures in scoring 20 times including a season-high 19 vs. Minnesota on August 15
  • Recorded a pair of double-doubles tying her career rebound high of 11 in both games—vs. Phoenix on August 7 (10 points), and at Chicago on August 17 (18 points)
  • Tied her career high with 4 assists on 2 occasions—at Atlanta on May 16, and at Seattle on June 19
  • Recorded a career-high four blocks at Indiana on July 5

2013 (San Antonio)

  • Scored in double-figures on 27 occasions, 20 or more points 5 times, and 30 or more points 2 times, including a career-high and franchise record 39 points vs. Atlanta on September 15
  • Her 13 made field goals against Minnesota on August 6 set a franchise record
  • Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds in recording her second career double-double (16 points) at New York on July 23
  • Handed out a career-high 4 assists on 2 occasions—vs. Seattle on June 21 and vs. Washington on July 12
  • Recorded a career-high 6 steals vs. New York on July 25

2012 (San Antonio)

  • Ranked third on the team in scoring average and rebounding average
  • Reached double-figure scoring 16 times, including 6 games of 20 or more points, and a season-high 28 points vs. Minnesota on September 23
  • Led the team in scoring in 7 games and in rebounding 5 times
  • Registered her first career double-double (16 points, 10 rebounds) at Seattle on September 21
  • Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds on 2 occasions—at Indiana on July 5 and at Seattle on September 21

2011 (San Antonio)

  • Named to the WNBA All-Rookie Team
  • One of four rookies named to the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game as a reserve
  • Ranked second among rookies in scoring average and blocks per game, while ranking third in rebounds per game
  • Ranked 13th in the WNBA in field goal percentage
  • Ranked third on the team in scoring average and rebounding average
  • Reached double-figure in scoring 15 times, including 3 games of 20 or more points, and a season-high 32 vs. Atlanta on June 11, which set what was then the franchise record for points in a game by a rookie
  • Grabbed a season-high 9 rebounds vs. Phoenix on June 21
  • Established her career high in blocked shoots with three at Chicago on June 28
  • Named WNBA Rookie of the Month for June
  • Missed 11 games with a mid-foot sprain of her right foot, suffered at Washington on July 26

 

WNBA POSTSEASON CAREER

2014 (San Antonio)

  • Scored in double figures in each of her playoff games, including a career postseason high of 23vs. Minnesota on August 23
  • Recorded her first postseason double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds at Minnesota on August 21

2012 (San Antonio)

  • Scored in double figures in both playoff games

2011 (San Antonio)

  • Scored in double figure in 1 of 3 playoff games—16 points at Minnesota on September 16

 

OVERSEAS CAREER

2014-15 [Bourges—France (League)]

2013-14 [Maccabi Ashdod—Israel (League)]

2012-13 [Maccabi Ashdod—Israel (League)]

2011-12 [GMA Pozzuoli—Italy (League]

 

OVERSEAS STATISTICS

Year Team League G Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2017-18
2017-18
2018-19
2020-21
2020-21
Totals

 

COLLEGE

Senior (Texas A&M, 2010-11)

  • Led Texas A&M to its first NCAA National Championship
  • Named NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player after recording the second-most points (30) in title game history
  • Became the second former junior college student-athlete besides Sheryl Swoopes (1993) to be named Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Final Four
  • Earned Associated Press First Team All-America, USBWA All-America and State Farm Coaches’ All-America honors
  • Was a Naismith Trophy and John R. Wooden Award finalist
  • Ranked ninth nationally in scoring
  • Led the Aggies in rebounds per game

Junior (Texas A&M, 2009-10)

  • Was named Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention
  • Garnered Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and All-Big 12 Second Team honors
  • Named Big 12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player
  • Led the team in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots
  • Scored in double figures in all but three games and led the team in scoring 17 times
  • Became only the second player in school history to reccord a triple-double with a career-high 27 points, career-best 12 rebounds and a single-game record 10 blocked shots against Texas Tech on January 23

Sophomore (Jefferson College, 2008-09)

  • Led Jefferson to a 34-1 record and the national championship game
  • Named WBCA JUCO Player of the Year
  • Named a First Team JUCO All-American

Freshman (Jefferson College, 2007-08)

  • Led the nation in scoring
  • Led Jefferson to a 32-3 record
  • Named a First Team JUCO All-American

COLLEGE STATISTICS

Year Team League G GS Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
2007-08 Jefferson 28.0
2008-09 Jefferson 22.1
2009-10 Texas A&M Big 12 33 10 772 201 410 .490 23 83 .277 114 159 .717 96 97 193 33 37 45 48 92 539 16.3
2010-11 Texas A&M Big 12 38 38 1162 316 654 .483 42 140 .300 173 218 .794 141 183 324 37 45 51 80 109 847 22.3
Texas A&M Totals 71 48 1934 517 1064 .486 65 223 .291 287 377 .761 237 280 517 70 82 96 128 201 1386 19.5

 

HIGH SCHOOL

  • Played at Lee Summit High School in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Was a McDonald’s High School All-America nominee
  • Earned all-state, all-metro and all-district honors
  • Garnered first team all-state honors as a senior, averaging 21.4 points per game

 

PERSONAL

  • Daughter of Tiffany Hill
  • Has one younger sister, Cierra

 

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