Completing her first full season with the Atlanta Dream, Imani McGee-Stafford showed the ability to make an impact by defending the rim and showing a nice touch from the perimeter. A third-year player, McGee-Stafford saw time in 29 games and started two for the Dream in 2018.
An important member of the team, McGee-Stafford helped lead her Dream teammates to a No. 2 seed in the 2018 WNBA Playoffs. At 6-7, she showed she can be an impact player for the Dream, especially against some of the bigger centers in the league.
Called on to start for the Dream with Elizabeth Williams away from the team, McGee-Stafford dropped 15 points and grabbed five rebounds at Minnesota on June 29 and followed it up with 13 points and five rebounds at Indiana on July 1.
This offseason, McGee-Stafford is in China playing for Liaoning. Follow her progress by clicking here.
Final 2018 Stats