Former First-Round Draft Pick and Former Indiana Miss Basketball Signed to Training Camp Contracts
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Fever has signed guards Crystal Bradford and Bria Goss to training camp contracts, as announced by Fever Head Coach and General Manager Pokey Chatman.
Bradford is a 6-foot guard who was a first-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Sparks in 2015. Chosen seventh overall, she averaged 2.7 points per game through 15 regular season appearances as a rookie but has only played in Israel the past three seasons. A former standout at Central Michigan University who was the 2014 Mid-America Conference Player of the Year, she ranked second in points (22.1) and rebounds (14.5) in the Israeli League last season. She also led the league with 3.8 steals per game and was named the 2018-19 defensive player of the year in Israel.
Goss is a 5-10 guard who is a former Indiana Miss Basketball, earning the 2011 honor following her senior year at Ben Davis High School. She helped the Giants to back-to-back state championships in 2009 and 2010 and was the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year in 2012. She completed a four-year college career at Kentucky and has played professionally in Finland and Israel the past four years. She recently completed her second year with Maccabi Raanana, for whom she averaged 19.3 points per game, ninth in the Israeli League.
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