The WNBA All-Star Game is in Minneapolis on July 28.
This will be Augustus' eighth All-Star appearance, which ties a franchise record.
By being chosen to participate in this year's All-Star game in Minneapolis, Gray is entered into a pool of players that will be drafted by team captains for the event.
The Lynx are 8-4 when Augustus scores at least 10 points, and are 7-3 when she shoots 50 percent from the field or better. Delle Donne is averaging 20.6 points, good for fourth in the league, and this is her fifth all-star selection. "I'm so grateful for all the love", said Moore, the 2014 league MVP who has been part of four Lynx championship teams.
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She rebounded from a pair of subpar performances in losses to Phoenix and CT as Minnesota also avenged an earlier loss to Indiana. However, Moore told the league that she'll play in the game, but will not serve as a captain whose primary duty includes drafting a team.
Minnesota's Maya Moore (47,620) and Washington's Elena Delle Donne (42,171) were the leading vote-getters among fans and slated to be captains. However, she will remain a part of the All-Star Game. "I've got everyone's name written down and their position".
Rookie A'ja Wilson will play in her first All-Star contest as well as Jewell Loyd. Fans accounted for 40 percent of the vote, while current players, current head coaches and a media panel accounted for 20 percent each. Phoenix's Diana Taurasi was selected to her ninth All-Star team. Every team had at least one player on the list except last-place Indiana.
For the first time in three years, the Washington Mystics will have two representatives at the WNBA All-Star Game.