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Kamiah Smalls's Bio

About Kamiah Smalls

WNBA

2020: Kamiah Smalls endured one of the most remarkable journeys by a player during the abbreviated 2020 regular season. The rookie from James Madison was drafted by the Indiana Fever in the third round on April 17, which is also Smalls’ birthday. After being released on May 19, Smalls’ rookie season was now uncertain. A second chance came after it was announced Erica Wheeler would not join the Fever to finish the 2020 regular season. With a roster spot open, Smalls signed a contract with the Fever and immediately joined the team in Bradenton. On August 31 in her season debut against the Chicago Sky, Smalls poured in 13 points on 4-for-4 shooting, to go along with four rebounds and two assists. Smalls became the fourth player in Fever history to score at least 13 points in her debut game with the team. On September 3, Smalls knocked down her first 3-point shot against the Phoenix Mercury. She tied a WNBA rookie record for the most 3-point shots made without a miss to start a career with Lindsey Yamasaki, which was set in 2002. Smalls went 1-for-2 from beyond the arc to end her perfect shooting clip at 5-for-5 to start her career. In seven games to finish the season, the rookie averaged 3.9 points, 2.0 assists, 1.1 rebounds and 14.2 minutes per game.

COLLEGE

The two-time Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year ended her career averaging 14.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 29.7 minutes per contest in 130 games with the James Madison Dukes.

The fourth player from James Madison to be drafted into the WNBA ended her collegiate career in nine all-time top-10 statistical categories with the program.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Connie Smalls and Reggie Williams.

TRANSACTIONS

1) Smalls was drafted with the 28th overall pick in the third round of the 2020 WNBA Draft.

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