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Former Zag Star, Indiana Fever's Haiden Palmer in Studio

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Haiden Palmer visited SWX to talk about her recent selection in the WNBA draft and the state of Gonzaga women's basketball. Haiden Palmer visited SWX to talk about her recent selection in the WNBA draft and the state of Gonzaga women's basketball.
Former Gonzaga star guard and 29th overall pick in the 2014 Women's National Basketball League draft, Haiden Palmer, joined SWX's Michelle Dapper in studio on Tuesday, April 15. 

Click the above video to watch Palmer dish about what it feels like to be drafted to the WNBA and the current state of Gonzaga women's basketball. The Zags hired former assistant Lisa Fortier on Tuesday, April 14, to take over for Kelly Graves after he left Gonzaga to coach at Oregon. 

For more on Palmer being drafted click here: http://bit.ly/1maVQzJ

For more on Gonzaga's recent hire of Lisa Fortier click here: http://bit.ly/1eBUC0A
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