Former UNC Player Allisha Gray Wins Olympic Gold Medal in 3x3 Basketball

A former Tar Heel player helped make history in the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday. , who played on the North Carolina women’s basketball team and the United States women’s 3x3 basketball team, won the gold medal game against the Russian Olympic Committee, 18-15. Gray, who plays for the WNBA's Dallas Wings, scored four points in the win. (

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Former UNC Player Allisha Gray Wins Olympic Gold Medal in 3x3 Basketball

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