The Seattle Storm selected Jasmine James with the 30th of the 2013 WNBA Draft.
For a team that might be looking for a bit of point guard help with Sue Bird out for the season, this isn't a bad pick at all.
From a summary of her game shortly after her season ended:
She sort of fits the mold of scoring college point guard who could become a more efficient distributor in the pros when she's responsible for less of a scoring load and her athleticism really showed up in her steal percentage (4.36%). The problem is a very low scoring efficiency (44.64% true shooting percentage) and low offensive rebounding percentage (2.62%), which sort of undermine the rest of her profile.
For more on her performance in the Spokane region, check out our recap of what she contributed to Georgia's upset of Stanford.