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Jessica January took the next step in her basketball career when the DePaul senior was selected by the Connecticut Sun Thursday night in the third round of the WNBA Draft presented by State Farm. January was drafted 28th overall at the event hosted by Samsung 837 in New York . . . Read More
None of the past NCAA standouts — Lew Alcindor, Pete Maravich, Tony Dorsett — have surpassed records, garnered awards and gone as the top pick in the draft like the Husky standout.. . . Read More
LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky women’s basketball stars Evelyn Akhator and Makayla Epps will begin their professional careers in the Women’s National Basketball Association as both were selected in the 2017 WNBA Draft, which was held Thursday night in New York City. Akhator was. . . Read More
First, to address the question every basketball fan in Seattle has been wondering. Was there any way at all the Storm could have figured out how to keep UW star and fan favorite Kelsey Plum in Seattle? In a phone interview midway through Thursday night’s WNBA draft, Storm president and general. . . Read More
Senior guard Saniya Chong has been selected in the third round of the 2017 WNBA Draft with the 26th overall pick by the Dallas Wings. The Draft was held at Samsung 837 in New York City.. . . Read More
Old Dominion guard Jennie Simms was selected by the Washington Mystics in the second round of the 2017 WNBA Draft on Thursday evening. Simms, the 18th overall selection, was the sixth pick of the second round.. . . Read More
Three members of the National Champion South Carolina Gamecocks were selected in the first round of WNBA Draft 2017 presented by State Farm Thursday night at Samsung 837 in New York. Senior center Alaina Coates became the highest pick in program history, selected No. 2 by the Chicago Sky. Junior. . . Read More
Ten promising young women entered Samsung 837 tonight in New York City as former college basketball players and left as the WNBA’s newest class. As most expected, the San Antonio Stars selected Washington’s Kelsey Plum. “Honestly it’s an unreal feeling,” Plum said. . . Read More



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