Atlanta Dream makes roster moves

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Mire in an historic slump, the Atlanta Dream made some moves this week in the hopes of creating positive momentum heading into what could be a brutal weekend schedule.

On Sunday, the team traded reserve forward Camille Little to the Seattle Storm. In exchange, the Dream picked up the Storm’s second-round pick in the 2009 draft. Little’s impact was small, as she contributed just 4.8 points and 4.0 rebounds in 13 games this season.

On Monday, the team signed forward/center Kasha Terry, who was waived this year after three seasons with the Indiana Fever. A native of Douglasville, Terry played at Georgia Tech.

The Dream faces the league’s top-two teams this weekend – the Connecticut Sun (10-3) on Friday and the Detroit Shock (10-3) on Sunday. The Sun handed the Dream its worst loss of the season and the Shock has dumped the Dream twice.

With another loss, the Dream would own the WNBA record for the worst start by a franchise, surpassing the 13-game winless streak of the Shock in 2002. Ironically, it was the loss to the Shock on Sunday that helped the Dream tie the record.


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