Two-time WNBA champion Monica Wright has signed with the Perth Lynx for the upcoming WNBL season.
And she'll be hoping for a better ending in Australia this time around.
Wright has featured in the WNBL before, playing out the 2012-2013 campaign with the Dandenong Rangers.
The 178cm guard was due to play a second season with the Rangers, but the club cut her after she succumbed to a knee issue.
The injury restricted Wright to just seven WNBA games during 2015, but she has now recovered and is ready to make an impact for the Lynx.
Wright, who won two WNBA Championships with Minnesota before being traded to the Seattle Storm at the end of last season, will arrive in Perth following the current WNBA campaign.
Soon to turn 28 years old, Wright was snared with pick No.2 in the 2010 WNBA draft, and was once engaged to NBA superstar Kevin Durant.
Wright's best WNBA campaign came in her rookie year when she averaged 11.1 points per game during the regular season.
She has averaged just 1.6 points per game this season off limited court time as she builds her way to full fitness.
Overall, Wright has averaged 7.5 points per game, 2.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 0.9 steals during her six years in the WNBA.
"The WNBL is a great league for me because it's very physical and Australian players are very skilled," Wright said.
"I think it will make me a better player."
Wright joins WNBA centre Ruth Hamblin as the Lynx's two imports.
Last season's import Betnijah Laney was ruled out after rupturing her anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee last month.
The Lynx, swept 2-0 by Townsville Fire during last season's WNBL grand final series, have set their sights on bringing home the silverware this time around.