In Brown, the team receives a young backup center to play behind starter Elizabeth Williams. Brown, in her rookie season out of Baylor, where she won the 2019 NCAA championship, averaged 5.1 and 3.5 rebounds.
“Kalani was a player we targeted as an organization as a key piece to the puzzle,” said head coach Nicki Collen in a statement. “While Kalani’s size is important on the boards and around the rim, she also has the ability to consistently step outside the lane and hit the face up shot. In a league full of exceptional centers, we believe we have added a player who has all the tools to be very successful in our system. We are excited to welcome Kalani Brown and the entire Brown family to the Dream.”