Stephanie Watts thankful, excited to begin her WNBA career in Chicago


After another detour to Los Angeles, albeit a much shorter one, and winning a battle for one of 11 Chicago Sky roster spots, former UNC guard is ready to start her WNBA career. And she’s thankful. In a league where there are only 12 teams and few available spots, a lot of terrific players aren’t on rosters as the season starts this weekend. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Stephanie Watts thankful, excited to begin her WNBA career in Chicago


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