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2013-2014 San Antonio Stars offseason: Kayla McBride headlines three 2014 WNBA draft selections

After an injury-filled season in 2013, the San Antonio Stars have a new look and some new talent after a strong draft class led by Notre Dame star Kayla McBride.

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Guest blog: Bri Kulas on Stars camp & being cut

In her latest blog, Missouri product Bri Kulas reflects on her time in San Antonio Stars training camp, a new friendship that came of it, and what she'll do in the future now that she has been cut.


Guest blog: Bri Kulas on the start of Stars camp

Missouri alum Bri Kulas sent us a blog about her arrival to San Antonio last week and her first day of training camp as a rookie with the Stars.


Guest blog: Bri Kulas on her draft day experience

In our latest guest blog, Missouri's Bri Kulas recounts the experience of waiting for the San Antonio Stars to select her with the 28th pick of the 2014 WNBA Draft and her experience of training camp.


Breaking down the Stars' 2014 draft picks

The San Antonio Stars drafted Kayla McBride, Astou Ndour and Bri Kulas in the 2014 WNBA entry draft Monday night. Find out a bit more about the new Stars here.


Round 3, Pick 4: Stars select Bri Kulas

With the 28th pick in the 2014 draft, the San Antonio Stars selected Missouri's Bri Kulas.

Wows: The biggest strength for the 6-foot-1 Kulas is that she shot 40% from the three point line and really has little problem in creating her shot whether off the dribble or off spot ups. She has the length and quickness to be a serviceable perimeter defender as well, making her a potentially solid "three and D" type player in San Antonio.

Wonders: How much of a chance does she have to make this roster? The reason people wanted the Stars to select Alyssa Thomas was a hole at small forward - can Kulas fill that hole?

Worries: Kulas is only marginally efficient scorer as a wing, despite the three point ability and not so dominant a rebounder that she'll be able to get by on that. That really puts a lot of pressure on her to earn her minutes on the defensive end and beyond the arc.


Round 2, Pick 4: Stars select Astou Ndour

With the fourth pick in the second round, the Stars selected Spain's Astou Ndour.

ESPN's Rebecca Lobo said that Ndour would not be playing in the WNBA this season.

Since Luis Cristovao has seen more of her than we have, may I re-direct you to his pre-draft prospect profile?


Round 1, Pick 3: Stars select Kayla McBride

In a mild surprise, the San Antonio Silver Stars select Kayla McBride.


Community mock draft: Who should the Stars pick?

Our community mock draft continues today with the San Antonio Stars on the clock for the third pick overall.


San Antonio Stars are Silver No Longer

The San Antonio Silver Stars are silver no longer as the Texan WNBA squad rebranded today as the San Antonio Stars.


2013-14 Offseason Notes San Antonio Silver Stars

A preview of how the Silver Stars will line up for 2014 and a look at how they should round out their roster in the upcoming WNBA draft. Also a lot of praying for an injury-free season.

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