Kamiah Smalls has made a name for herself in the WNBA and she recently embarked on a new career with the Connecticut Sun
Kamiah Smalls. An old name to the JMU family, but a relatively fresh face to the WNBA. Last week, it was announced that Kamiah signed a training camp contract with the Connecticut Sun.
If you’ve been following Kamiah’s story, then you would know that she already took a run in the WNBA with the Indiana Fever during the bubble season and transitioned to play overseas in Italy. Breeze TV spoke with Kamiah earlier this week about her time in the bubble, how life has been in Italy, and what she’s looking forward to most when she returns to start her second WNBA season.
Coming out of JMU, Kamiah held records in nine of JMU’s top 10 lists. While in the bubble, she made a name for herself by becoming only the fourth player in Fever history to score at least 13 points in a debut game and she tied a WNBA rookie record by scoring the most 3 point shots without a miss to start a career.
This is only the beginning to what looks like a great career and the entire JMU family is wishing Kamiah the best of luck!
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