The Seattle Storm continue to trim down their large training camp roster before the regular season.
The Seattle Storm have waived Recee’ Caldwell, Presley Hudson, Macy Miller and Teana Muldrow from their training camp roster. The roster currently stands at 13 players, including Breanna Stewart, with one day left to get to 12.
Caldwell had 11 point and four assists in 15 minutes of action during the Storm’s first preseason game, but tallied just two points in 14 minutes in their second game. Caldwell had stops at UCLA, Texas Tech and a graduate transfer season at Cal during her college career. Caldwell started every game for the Golden Bears and averaged 10 points on 42% shooting.
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The reigning NCAA 3-Point Championship winner, Hudson shot 50% from deep for the Storm in preseason. The four-year guard averaged 35.9 minutes of playtime per game at Central Michigan University, and finished as the all-time leader in 3-pointers made at the school.
The Storm selected Miller in the third round of this year’s WNBA draft, and she averaged 13.5 minutes of playtime in both of Seattle’s preseason game. Miller finished her career at South Dakota State as the school and Summit League’s all-time leader in career points.
Muldrow was drafted by the Storm with the 29th pick in the 2018 WNBA draft, and appeared in three games for Seattle before being waived. Muldrow scored five points in 20 minutes during Seattle’s preseason opener, but finished the Storm’s second preseason game scoreless.
The Storm have until this Thursday to finalize and submit the 12 players they will carry on their roster this year. In the wake of Sue Bird’s knee injury, Seattle will have to rely on guards Jordin Canada and Sami Whitcomb.
Seattle tips off at home against the Phoenix Mercury to start their regular season on May 25.
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