Dream trade for Cash, send Clements to Chicago

 

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Atlanta, GA (SportsNetwork.com) - The Atlanta Dream acquired four-time All- Star Swin Cash from the Chicago Sky on Wednesday.

The Dream also landed the Sky's third-round pick in the 2015 draft and sent them guard Courtney Clements and a second-round selection in the same draft.

"We are thrilled to add an outstanding player like Swin to our roster," Dream executive vice president and general manager Angela Taylor said of the forward. "Her accomplishments in basketball speak for themselves."

Cash, 34, ranks in the top 20 in WNBA history in points, rebounds, assists and blocks. The two-time Olympic gold medalist helped the Sky post the best record in the Eastern Conference last season and averaged 9.3 points, 5.6 boards and 2.2 assists per game.

Clements, 24, played sparingly for the Dream in her rookie campaign last year and averaged 2.2 points in a little over nine minutes per game.

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