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Former Zag Katelan Redmon Gets Another Shot at WNBA

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© Katelan Redmon was drafted by New York but let go from the team during training camp. (Photo: SWX) © Katelan Redmon was drafted by New York but let go from the team during training camp. (Photo: SWX)

Former Gonzaga star Katelan Redmon is getting a second shot at the WNBA. She signed with the New York Liberty on Thursday.

Redmon was drafted by the Liberty in the third round and played in one preseason game before being cut during training camp in May. She averaged nearly 14 points per game for Gonzaga and scored 10 points in that single preseason game with New York.

The team made room for Redmon by waiving veteran guard Kelly Miller on Monday.

The Liberty play at Chicago on Friday, setting up a meeting between Redmon and former Gonzaga teammate Courtney Vandersloot.

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