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Swish Appeal 2010 WNBA Draft Archive: Links, Links, and More Links...

Over the last two weeks we've written quite a bit previewing, covering, and recapping the WNBA draft.

With articles scattered all over the site and difficult to find, here are links to pretty much everything we've written in order to bring some measure of order to the chaos we've created.

Post-Draft Summaries:

Reviewing the 2010 WNBA Draft in Links: Storylines, Sleepers, and Surprises

Quick quotes from the day's draftees

WNBA Draft – thoughts and takeaways from Secaucus (via

At the Draft, Pt. 1: "Hello... And A Few Words About The Draft"

At the Draft, pt. 2: "Epiphanny? It's The WNBA Again."


Post-Draft Player Profiles:

UConn center Tina Charles Selected #1 By the Connecticut Sun

Getting to know... Connecticut Sun rookie Kelsey Griffin

Getting to know… Los Angeles Sparks rookie Andrea Riley (via

Alison Lacey ready to learn from the best in Sue Bird

Getting to know... New York Liberty rookie Kalana Greene

Who Will Run Point for the New York Liberty? (Ashley Houts)

Alysha Clark, Part 1: Getting to Know the San Antonio Silver Stars Draft Pick

Alysha Clark, Pt 2: A Gift That Defies Categorization, But Can She Make the Roster?

Getting to know... Tulsa Shock rookie Amanda Thompson (via

What are Gray-Lawson's Chances to "Beat Someone Out" After a Draft Day "Fall"?


Draft Day!

Swish Appeal WNBA Draft Open Thread: Live from Secaucus with Commentary

WNBA Draft Day - Man am I excited and I won't even hear my name called!



Pre-Draft Analysis:

Swish Appeal Final Top 40 2010 WNBA Draft Prospects By Position

Swish Appeal Mock Draft 2.0: How might Appel's injury & Sun trade affect the draft?

Tyra Grant Readies for the Draft With the Help of WNBA Legend Yolanda Griffith

From Lincoln High to Lieberman Award, Andrea Riley readies for the WNBA

WNBA Draft Capsule: Tanisha Smith, small forward, Texas A&M

Evaluating Pac-10 WNBA Draft Prospects: Coach, Fan, & Statistical Analysis

Why Frieson, Gonzaga are "a terrific advertisement for women's college basketball"