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First Impressions: Moore and Harris
For years, WNBA franchises salivated while a future superstar chalked up substantial numbers in Storrs, CT. The most decorated women's college basketball player in history finally stepped out of a University of Connecticut jersey and into the professional ranks where fans anticipate greatness in 201. . . Read More
Ezliabeth Cambage shows Australia
OPALS coach Carrie Graf believes matching wits with players her own size in the US will only accelerate Liz Cambage's development following her selection in the WNBA Draft. The imposing Bulleen centre was taken with the second pick by the Tulsa Shock in a glitzy ceremony in . . . Read More
BALLARAT Rush forward Rachel Jarry was yesterday one of two Australians selected in the Women’s National Basketball Association draft in the United States. Jarry was taken by Atlanta with pick 18 and then traded to Minnesota Lynx. Her Bulleen teammate Liz Cambage was secured by Tulsa Shock with th. . . Read More
For the second consecutive year, the Storm selected a point guard with its first pick in the WNBA draft. Coach Brian Agler, also the team's director of player personnel, tabbed Duke leader Jasmine Thomas with the 12th overall pick.. . . Read More
The Tulsa Shock have selected 6'8" Australian Elizabeth Cambage with the second overall pick in today's WNBA Draft. Cambage averaged 22.3 points and 8.2 rebounds per game for the Bulleen Boomers of the Women's National Basketball League in Australia.
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WNBA Draft 2011: Amber Harris Selected by Minnesota Lynx with No. 4 Overall Pick
Amber Harris, the 6'5" star forward out of Xavier, was chosen with the Minnesota Lynx's second lottery pick—courtesy of the Connecticut Sun—in the 2011 WNBA draft. Harris will be joining Maya Moore—who was the first overall selection—in an attempt to turn the Minnesota Lynx around.. . . Read More
WNBA Draft 2011: Washington Mystics Select Victoria Dunlap In First Round
The 2011 WNBA Draft is taking place on Monday, and the Washington Mystics have already made their first selection. The team has picked Victoria Dunlap with the No. 11 selection in the draft.. . . Read More
It’s that time of year again for the WNBA Draft. The draft will take place at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut on Monday, April 11, 2001. As the women’s professional league continues to develop and grow, the 2011 draft class is destined to increase fan base and command attention. The class is another . . . Read More



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