WNBA Draft 2015
Swish Appeal caught up with Washington Mystics rookie Natasha Cloud. Cloud, a 6-foot do-everything guard, was arguably the most versatile player in this year's WNBA Draft. She talks about her draft-day experience and being thankful.
Contributor Patrick MacCoon spoke with this year's No. 8 pick in this year's WNBA Draft, Ally Malott. Malott talked about the excitement of getting drafted, her decision to stay home for college, and the exuberance of playing for Washington.
Contributor Colin Davenport had a chance to speak with Seattle Storm first-round picks, Jewell Loyd and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis. Both players expressed their excitement about being in Seattle -- and the opportunity to play together.
Wrapping up our look at statistical indicators for the 2015 WNBA (just in time!), we look specifically at mid-major prospects who might have a chance of cracking the draft order and maybe even making a roster.
The 2015 WNBA Draft is widely considered to be weak, but there are a few perimeter players flying a bit under the radar who are probably worthy of attention.
Contributor and former WNBA coach Jeff House, talks about why Jewell Loyd has to be the No. 1 pick, in this year's Draft. House has 30 of years experience as a coach, with coaching stints In New York with the Liberty, the Washington Mystics and Sky
Over the past few years, the qualities of successful WNBA point prospects has not only changed but changed dramatically. To properly evaluate this year's group of point guard prospects -- and, by extension, the 2015 draft class -- it helps to understand the trends in the league.
In what has to be a dream come true for the Seattle Storm, Notre Dame junior Jewell Loyd has declared her eligibility for the 2015 WNBA Draft days after Minnesota sophomore Amanda Zahui B. did. Now they have the much better situation of choosing.
Notre Dame junior guard Jewell Loyd will enter the WNBA Draft, per Tone Noie of the South Bend Tribune. This is the second player this week to announce for the draft, as Minnesota's Amanda Zahui B. announced her intentions to do the same as well.
It's technically possible, but not probable.
The Washington Mystics have overachieved in the last two seasons despite having a talent deficiency. The consequence is a late first round draft pick, but there are still some prospects who could help their rotation.
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