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Dallas Wings forward Aerial Powers named to WNBA All-Rookie team

Dallas Wings forward Aerial Powers has been named to the WNBA All-Rookie team, the league announced on Thursday. Powers is joined on the team by Seattle's Breanna Stewart, San Antonio's Moriah Jefferson (a Dallas native), Chicago's Imani Boyette and Indiana's Tiffany Mitchell. The Wings selected Powers out of Michigan State with the fifth-overall pick in April's draft. She averaged 10.
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