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WNBA Draft 2017

Washington made history in pro drafts

This year was the first time ever both the No. 1 WNBA draftee and NBA draftee came from the same university.

Hampton to Chicago, Osahor to Minnesota

Only a day after the WNBA Draft, Chicago and Minnesota have made a trade.

Winners and losers from WNBA Draft

The WNBA draft has finally happened, how did teams fare last night?

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WNBA Draft Analysis Live Chat

Live chat of last night's WNBA Draft; the winners, losers and many surprises.

No Dream! Atlanta expects to ‘win a Championship’

At yesterday’s Atlanta Dream Draft Party, head coach Michael Cooper had a strong declaration.

Surprise, surprise after Plum goes No. 1

This year’s WNBA Draft turned out like many thought — unpredictable outside of Kelsey Plum going No. 1.

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Possibility of Nia Coffey going at #2

Rumor has it to not be surprised if Chicago reaches to select Nia Coffey as the #2 overall draft pick.

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Connecticut tried to deal No. 8 pick, Stricklen for Wheeler

Per multiple sources, Connecticut attempted to engage Indiana in a trade, that would've sent the Sun's No. 8 pick, Shekinna Stricklen or Rachel Banham to the Fever for Erica Wheeler and their 2018 1st round pick. Those trade talks didn't go far.

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Rumor: Seattle wants Plum, trying to trade for No. 1 pick

One of the strongest rumors heading into tonight's Draft, is that Seattle badly wants Washington star Kelsey Plum. They are trying their best to secure the No. 1 pick from the San Antonio Stars. Stay tuned.

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2017 WNBA Draft Hub: News, trades, interviews

Follow here for the latest on draft picks, trades and interesting rumors circulating the WNBA.

Plum Position: Kelsey #1 in final Mock Draft

Our 2017 WNBA Mock Draft.

2017 WNBA Draft Preview

Preview of the 2017 WNBA Draft.

College prospects ready for WNBA

Next week, 10 college players will get the honor of attending the WNBA Draft live in New York.