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Post Cori Chambers selected in WNBA draft

Wednesday April 4, 2007

The Connecticut Sun selected Georgia guard Cori Chambers on Wednesday in the second round of the 2007 WNBA draft. Chambers became Georgia’s most prolific career three-point shooter in January, and her 228 attempts and 85 made three-pointers in the 2006-2007 campaign established Georgia season records. Her career totals of 282 three-pointers on 742 attempts are Georgia career records and rank #3 and #7, respectively, in SEC history.

Chambers gives the Lady Bulldogs nine players on a current WNBA roster. She joins Kara Braxton, Kedra Holland-Corn, Deanna Nolan, Kelly Miller, Coco Miller, Christi Thomas, Sherill Baker, and Keisha Brown in the league. Braxton, Nolan, and Holland-Corn play for the Detroit Shock, the defending league champions. Cori and the rest of the players will report for preseason camp in little more than a week, and the 2007 season will begin in mid-May.

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