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WNBA Draft 2015

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #7 pick?

The Los Angeles Sparks have a lot of talent, but there's still one major positional weakness they have heading into 2015. Could the #7 pick help fill that void?

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #6 pick?

If you were the General Manager of the San Antonio Stars, who would you select with the #6 pick?

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #5 pick?

We head over to the Windy City and see what the Chicago Sky's up to.

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #4 pick?

Who will the Connecticut Sun pick at #4? Help decide who it could be!

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2015 WNBA Draft Preview and Mock Draft: Version 1

There is a lot of uncertainty on who the top players in the 2015 WNBA Draft will be, so let's take a first look at who and what each team is looking for.

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Princeton's Blake Dietrick aiming for the WNBA Draft

Dietrick led the Tigers to their first undefeated season in school history, where she averaged 15 points and 4.9 assists per game. After the season was over, Princeton head coach Courtney Banghart notified her that she could be a WNBA Draft pick, likely in the second round. Though the prospects of playing in the WNBA are exciting, Dietrick also stepped down from the women's lacrosse team. Link to a column by espnW's Vicki L. Friedman.

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #3 pick?

We're back in the Emerald City to see whether the Storm should pick a guard, a wing, or another post.

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #2 pick?

If you're Steve Swetoha, who is your best fit to take the #TulsaRising movement to the next level?

SA Community WNBA Mock Draft: Who's your #1 pick?

Let's get this show started folks. Which player would you pick at #1 for the Storm?

What Latta's & Herrington's signings mean for D.C.

Ultimately, these signings don't hurt the Mystics' potential chances for being in the 2016 WNBA Draft Lottery, but they also are a sign that their younger players aren't ready to be on their own just yet.

KML's threes lead UConn to a big win over South Carolina

In addition, Breanna Stewart and Morgan Tuck stepped up after a lackluster performance in their last game against Memphis.

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How to improve the Mystics in '15 with an eye on '16

Here is a major plan to shake up the Mystics' roster, while keeping most of their key players and their 2016 dreams alive.

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Gail Goestenkors on Kiah Stokes' 2015 WNBA draft potential

"If Geno [Auriemma] can't make somebody score, you are probably not going to be able too, either," Goestenkors said. "But if you have a pick, and you don't need immediate help offensively as much a...
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Rachel Banham decides to redshirt, will forgo WNBA

Sources have told Swish Appeal that Big Ten Preseason Player of Year, Rachel Banham, will redshirt this year and pass on the 2015 WNBA Draft.

Weekly recap: Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Seton Hall win

Another week of conference hoops and several more illustrations of the parity in women's college basketball.

Weekly recap: Undefeateds fall, Harrison leads

It was an exciting week in the world of women's basketball with more undefeated teams taking their first loss and seniors leading their team to victories. We review some of the bigger moments.

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Sources: Washington Mystics watched St. Joes PG Natasha Cloud tonight

The Washington Mystics went to watch St. Joes 6-foot point guard Natasha Cloud tonight, sources tell Swish Appeal. Cloud had 26 points, 7 rebounds and 4 steals tonight in a loss to George Washington. She is featured in our 2015 WNBA Draft watch list that was done by Nate Parham.

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What Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis' struggles against St. John's say about 2015 WNBA Draft stock

Jeff Jacobs of the Hartford Courant wrote an excellent article about Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis' struggles against St. John's in the 2015 Maggie Dixon Classic, which included some analysis on how they relate to the questions surrounding her potential in the 2015 WNBA Draft. Probably one of the best summaries of what her pro potential looks like that I've seen this year.

Four questions on the Storm in the post-Agler era

Seattle has made the first step toward rebuilding after they parted ways with former HC/GM Brian Agler. But now the hard work really begins.

Video: Galdeira, Presley led Washington St. to win

Guards Tia Presley and Lia Galdeira combined to score 51 points in the Washington State Cougars' 81-70 win over the Arizona Wildcats to open Pac-12 conference play. Presley's impressive efficiency and scoring versatility especially stood out.

The WNBA doesn't need draft lottery reform

Given how restricted star player movement is in the WNBA, tanking for top draft picks is the only realistic way to get top talent.

Daily Swish: The week in review

Catching up on some of the major news tidbits as the college season approaches, focusing on the 2015 WNBA Draft.

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Video: South Carolina's Elem Ibiam on team's depth, playing against men

2015 WNBA Draft prospect Elem Ibiam discusses South Carolina's 2014-15 season, including her thoughts about how going up against male practice players helps her.

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Who are the best & worst draft picks in history?

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The Seattle Storm don't have to re-invent themselves

A Storm fan gives his take that things aren't as bad or as dire in the Emerald City as it may otherwise seem. Excellent thoughts from this FanPost.

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Here's how Agler can improve the Storm

Yes, the team must rebuild, but here's how Seattle can rebuild, add youth, but still keep the Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson duo together until they retire.

Time for the Storm to rebuild from the ground up

In light of the team's gradual decline, it's time to blow up the Seattle Storm. That also means moving on from the current coaching regime.

Mystics still have talent issues heading into 2015

Until a superstar player's in D.C., they will not contend for a championship. This offseason may very well shape Mike Thibault's legacy and how well this team does.

Interview: Tulsa's Sam Combs on the draft, Cambage

Tulsa Shock managing partner Sam Combs spoke to Swish Appeal after the 2015 WNBA Draft lottery yesterday about getting another second pick, upgrading the roster, and the ongoing uncertainty about Australian center Liz Cambage's future with the team.

Seattle Storm win #1 pick in 2015 WNBA Draft

The WNBA held its draft lottery tonight and the Seattle Storm have claimed the first pick of the draft.

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2015 WNBA Draft lottery odds

The annual WNBA Draft Lottery will air on ESPN2 during halftime of Thursday's game between the Washington Mystics and Indiana Fever (tip-off at 7p.m., halftime approx. 8 p.m. EST). The Seattle Storm and Tulsa Shock are tied for the greatest odds with 359 chances out of 1000. Link above to article with odds and the remaining draft order.

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Moore's 40 led Lynx past Shock

Despite Maya’s preeminence the box score indicates that a primary difference in the game came down to free throws.


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