Jessica Dickson, who finished her USF career this spring as the Bulls' all-time leading scorer, has signed a contract to play professionally this fall in Croatia.
"I may be the only American player on my team, so it will definitely be an adventure," said Dickson, who makes her first trip to Europe on Sept. 14.
Dickson will play for Sibenik Jolly JBS, which plays in the Croatian A1 league. She was selected in the WNBA draft but later cut by the Indiana Fever and Houston Comets.
WNBA: Alana Beard scored 19 to help Washington to a 77-73 win over host San Antonio. ... Sacramento clinched a playoff spot with an 81-79 win over host Connecticut. ... Seimone Augustus scored 21 for host Minnesota, which beat Seattle 95-74. ... Loree Moore and Janel McCarville each scored 17 to lead New York to a 77-71 win over host Houston. ... Anna DeForge had 16 points as Indiana beat host Chicago 75-70 in double overtime. Chicago leading scorer and former Wharton star Candice Dupree had a career-high 20 rebounds but tied a season low with four points.
KNICKS: Center Randolph Morris was arrested early Tuesday and charged with reckless driving in Lexington, Ky. Morris, who was released from jail on $100 bond, didn't appear in court for his arraignment. Attorney Chad Butcher entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. The judge set a preliminary hearing for Aug. 31.
76ERS: Samuel Dalembert was sworn in as a Canadian citizen, clearing the way for the center to join the Canadian national team.
Information from Times wires was used in this report.