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Jonquel Jones preparing to play in Korea | 10th Year Seniors
Now that the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) season has boiled down to just two remaining teams, the majority of players that play for non-contenders are beginning to make their way abroad to begin prepping for their winter seasons. It's very common for professional women players to play in two leagues, and Grand Bahama native Jonquel Jones is no exception. She was drafted this summer by Woori BankHansae Chuncheon to play in the Korean League, starting in November. Although the competition may not be as stiff as in the WNBA, overseas leagues usually pay more and are used to help further develop player's skills while they're away from the WNBA. Both Jones and Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller are anxious to see how she develops in Korea. Jones, who led the nation in rebounds as a GW senior, was selected sixth overall by Los Angeles but later traded on draft night to Connecticut, where she played her rookie season. "She's got to dedicate herself to being a pro: the