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PostPosted: 01/23/12 2:54 am    ::: 2013 WNBA Mock Draft Reply Reply with quote

Draftsite.com has already worked out a first round mock draft for the 2013 WNBA Draft.
The order of teams are based on the 2012 order, so don't spaz. Just see the list as a sort of ranking of draft prospects at this point

http://www.draftsite.com/wnba/mock-draft/2013






I never knew Sugar Rodgers actual name was Ta'Shauna.

I'd rate Tayler Hill above Angel Goodrich, but that's just me.
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I like seeing Markel in the first round, but I would like it even better if she was picked by the Sparks. Wink

Regardless of who picks her though, I think she has what it takes to be a very solid WNBA player.

I'd also like to see Jasmine Dixon drafted, which I think she will be, I think if she proves she is 100% back for her injury she can shoot her way into the first round or early second round.



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... Poppens?



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... Poppens?



She's practically perfect in every way!



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Tiny little Angel Goodrich is not a lottery pick



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There's no way Diggins goes before Delle Donne does.



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braveniler58 wrote:
There's no way Diggins goes before Delle Donne does.


I was going to say that too. Diggins is great and all but Delle Donne is a future WNBA superstar.

One thing that may make Diggins go before Delle Donne though is the fact that everyone see's Diggins a lot more than Delle Donne. That fact alone may make Diggins go before her. No?



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Martini Man wrote:
braveniler58 wrote:
There's no way Diggins goes before Delle Donne does.


I was going to say that too. Diggins is great and all but Delle Donne is a future WNBA superstar.

One thing that may make Diggins go before Delle Donne though is the fact that everyone see's Diggins a lot more than Delle Donne. That fact alone may make Diggins go before her. No?


It will likely depend on the team selecting because...



5'10 PG's with All-Star potential/talent and phenomenal shooting, passing, and leadership skills are a dime-a-dozen...

...as are 6'5 F/C's with unlimited range and an unbelievable skill set...

...and 6'8 C's who are uber-athletic and already the top player at their level while still possessing an enormous upside...



the lottery is the place to be NEXT year for any time looking to be set for the future!!!!!! (much like 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2011)
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PostPosted: 01/23/12 1:36 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Would be surprised if Tayler Hill isn't the fourth or fifth selection if she plays the 2012-2013 season like she's been playing this year..



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Barring any injury that puts them in another year's draft:

1st Round:
1. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor



2a. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware
2b. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame







4. 5'11 SG Sugar Rodgers, Georgetown
5. 5'10 SG Tayler Hill, Ohio State


6. 5'9 PG A'dia Mathies, Kentucky
7. 5'7 PG Alex Bentley, Penn State
8. 6'3 F Tianna Hawkins, Maryland


9. 6'3 C Monique Oliver, Rutgers
10. 6'1 F Destiny Williams, Baylor
11. 6'1 W Taber Spani, Tennessee
12. 5'10 SG Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts


2nd Round (in no order):
5'10 SG Kelly Faris, UConn
6'1 F Drey Mingo, Purdue
6'4 C Kayla Alexander, Syracuse
5'10 SG Whitney Hand, Oklahoma
5'9 PG Kamiko Williams, Tennessee
6'1 F Brooklyn Pope, Baylor
6'0 W Jordan Madden, Baylor
5'11 SG Kimetria Hayden, Baylor
6'2 F Chelsey Lee, Rutgers
6'0 F Jasmine Dixon, UCLA
6'1 W Markel Walker, UCLA
5'10 SG Lindsay Moore, Nebraska
6'1 W Monique Reid, Louisville
6'3 C Asya Bussie, West Virginia
Angel Goodrich, Kansas
Carolyn Davis, Kansas
Nadirah McKenith, St. John's
Jaime Printy, Iowa
Karisma Penn, Illinois
Lindsay Moore Nebraska
Layshia Clarendon, Cal


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PostPosted: 01/23/12 2:24 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ucdt3 wrote:
Martini Man wrote:
braveniler58 wrote:
There's no way Diggins goes before Delle Donne does.


I was going to say that too. Diggins is great and all but Delle Donne is a future WNBA superstar.

One thing that may make Diggins go before Delle Donne though is the fact that everyone see's Diggins a lot more than Delle Donne. That fact alone may make Diggins go before her. No?


It will likely depend on the team selecting because...



5'10 PG's with All-Star potential/talent and phenomenal shooting, passing, and leadership skills are a dime-a-dozen...

...as are 6'5 F/C's with unlimited range and an unbelievable skill set...

...and 6'8 C's who are uber-athletic and already the top player at their level while still possessing an enormous upside...



the lottery is the place to be [b]NEXT year for any time looking to be set for the future!!!!!! [/b](much like 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2011)


Tell me about it. Maybe my team will tank (not on purpose of course) this season now that we don't have Gruda, Jess Moore, Torrens, or AJZ playing for us and we'll get into the lottery next year!! If the Sun were somehow able to snag EDD or Diggins, by being a lottery team, I wouldn't particularly mind. I don't know if Griner would be a good fit for the Sun because we already have starting center Tina Charles, and while Griner does have a bit more of an upside to Charles, I don't see Mike Thibault wanting Griner and Charles together and he certainly won't degrade Charles to the bench in favor of starting Griner, and at the same time, you can't have Griner come off the bench for Charles. You'd have to start both of them, which I would do if we got Griner. Imagine a starting lineup of Charles, Griner, Montgomery, Greene and McCray or Lawson. Yikkes. I know having two starting centers is weird, but it could work. LOL. Tina could learn how to play PF but that would put Jones on the bench.

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PostPosted: 01/23/12 5:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Kevi Luper would be an interesting fit, but I don't know how well she'd fit in with the New York fans. (We did sort of run Sidney Spencer out of town on a rail.)



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PostPosted: 01/23/12 5:53 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Kevi Luper would be an interesting fit, but I don't know how well she'd fit in with the New York fans. (We did sort of run Sidney Spencer out of town on a rail.)


Some might have Molly Creamer flashbacks ...


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PostPosted: 01/23/12 5:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ucdt3 wrote:
Barring any injury that puts them in another year's draft:

1st Round:
1. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor


2a. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware
2b. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame



More like this....

1a. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor

1b. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware






2. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame
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mavcarter wrote:
Would be surprised if Tayler Hill isn't the fourth or fifth selection if she plays the 2012-2013 season like she's been playing this year..


It's too bad she's only a junior. She could be as high as 2nd this season.



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PostPosted: 01/23/12 6:02 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Who is the early favorite to be the 2014 first pick? Alyssa Thomas perhaps?


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blaase22 wrote:
Who is the early favorite to be the 2014 first pick? Alyssa Thomas perhaps?


Somebody already asked this, and it's kinda early to be talking about it, but I picked Chiney Ogwumike.
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Shades wrote:
ucdt3 wrote:
Barring any injury that puts them in another year's draft:

1st Round:
1. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor


2a. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware
2b. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame



More like this....

1a. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor

1b. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware






2. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame


Got to agree with this. Except Delle Donne isn't a center.



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braveniler58 wrote:
Shades wrote:
ucdt3 wrote:
Barring any injury that puts them in another year's draft:

1st Round:
1. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor


2a. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware
2b. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame



More like this....

1a. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor

1b. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware






2. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame


Got to agree with this. Except Delle Donne isn't a center.


I just copy/pasted from ucdt3's post Smile
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PUmatty wrote:
Queenie wrote:
Kevi Luper would be an interesting fit, but I don't know how well she'd fit in with the New York fans. (We did sort of run Sidney Spencer out of town on a rail.)


Some might have Molly Creamer flashbacks ...


Luper at least seems to play defense.



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blaase22 wrote:
Who is the early favorite to be the 2014 first pick? Alyssa Thomas perhaps?


Too early to tell but Sims, Hartley, Ogwumike and Thomas.

I think I heard somewhere that Kelsey Bone won't be coming back for a 5th year...if so, she might be a 1st rounder.


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sammieee wrote:
blaase22 wrote:
Who is the early favorite to be the 2014 first pick? Alyssa Thomas perhaps?


Too early to tell but Sims, Hartley, Ogwumike and Thomas.

I think I heard somewhere that Kelsey Bone won't be coming back for a 5th year...if so, she might be a 1st rounder.


Kelsey would be in next year's draft? As in 2013?


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dynasty0207 wrote:
sammieee wrote:
blaase22 wrote:
Who is the early favorite to be the 2014 first pick? Alyssa Thomas perhaps?


Too early to tell but Sims, Hartley, Ogwumike and Thomas.

I think I heard somewhere that Kelsey Bone won't be coming back for a 5th year...if so, she might be a 1st rounder.


Kelsey would be in next year's draft? As in 2013?


If she doesn't play her 5th year she would be in the 2013 draft.



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Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.



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bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553



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pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


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dynasty0207 wrote:
pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


She hasn't thought about it enough. She doesn't think McGraw will let her leave. Everything she said leaned her NOT coming out early.

I think the only possibilty of Diggins coming out might be if UND wins a National Championship. Then she would have less "unfinished business".
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Shades wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


She hasn't thought about it enough. She doesn't think McGraw will let her leave. Everything she said leaned her NOT coming out early.

I think the only possibilty of Diggins coming out might be if UND wins a National Championship. Then she would have less "unfinished business".


What does she mean by McGraw won't let her leave? The coach can't really keep them at the school, the only thing I could think of is take her scholarship away so she can't finish her degree. Or am I missing something, is there something else that can be done?



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GEF34 wrote:
Shades wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


She hasn't thought about it enough. She doesn't think McGraw will let her leave. Everything she said leaned her NOT coming out early.

I think the only possibilty of Diggins coming out might be if UND wins a National Championship. Then she would have less "unfinished business".


What does she mean by McGraw won't let her leave? The coach can't really keep them at the school, the only thing I could think of is take her scholarship away so she can't finish her degree. Or am I missing something, is there something else that can be done?


She didn't mean it serously
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Shades wrote:
GEF34 wrote:
Shades wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


She hasn't thought about it enough. She doesn't think McGraw will let her leave. Everything she said leaned her NOT coming out early.

I think the only possibilty of Diggins coming out might be if UND wins a National Championship. Then she would have less "unfinished business".


What does she mean by McGraw won't let her leave? The coach can't really keep them at the school, the only thing I could think of is take her scholarship away so she can't finish her degree. Or am I missing something, is there something else that can be done?


She didn't mean it serously


Oh lol, thanks for clearing that up. Embarassed



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ucdt3 wrote:
Barring any injury that puts them in another year's draft:

1st Round:
1. 6'8 C Brittney Griner, Baylor



2a. 6'5 F/C Delle Donne, Delaware
2b. 5'9 PG Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame








4. 5'11 SG Sugar Rodgers, Georgetown
5. 5'9 PG A'dia Mathies, Kentucky


6. 5'10 SG Tayler Hill, Ohio State
7. 6'1 W Keisha Hampton, DePaul
8. 5'7 PG Alex Bentley, Penn State
9. 6'3 F Tianna Hawkins, Maryland
10. 6'1 F Destiny Williams, Baylor
11. 6'1 W Taber Spani, Tennessee
12. 5'10 SG Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts

2nd Round (in no order):
5'10 SG Kelly Faris, UConn
6'1 F Drey Mingo, Purdue
6'4 C Kayla Alexander, Syracuse
5'10 SG Whitney Hand, Oklahoma
5'9 PG Kamiko Williams, Tennessee
6'3 C Monique Oliver, Rutgers
6'1 F Brooklyn Pope, Baylor
6'0 W Jordan Madden, Baylor
5'11 SG Kimetria Hayden, Baylor
6'2 F Chelsey Lee, Rutgers
6'0 F Jasmine Dixon, UCLA
6'1 W Markel Walker, UCLA
5'10 SG Lindsay Moore, Nebraska
6'1 W Monique Reid, Louisville
6'3 C Asya Bussie, West Virginia
Angel Goodrich, Kansas
Carolyn Davis, Kansas
Nadirah McKenith, St. John's
Jaime Printy, Iowa
Karisma Penn, Illinois
Lindsay Moore Nebraska
Layshia Clarendon, Cal


Don't know enough about some of the players but I see Jo McFarland being a second round pick. Rebounds, shoots the three, shoots free throws, and plays smart.


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Shades wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


She hasn't thought about it enough. She doesn't think McGraw will let her leave. Everything she said leaned her NOT coming out early.

I think the only possibilty of Diggins coming out might be if UND wins a National Championship. Then she would have less "unfinished business".


Im rooting for ND to win it all this year!! Come out early, Digs!! We can draft you and maybe sign Wiggy!!



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mavcarter wrote:
Would be surprised if Tayler Hill isn't the fourth or fifth selection if she plays the 2012-2013 season like she's been playing this year..


It's too bad she's only a junior. She could be as high as 2nd this season.


Would you take Hill over Shenise?



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Shades wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
pilight wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
Hopefully the nonsense about Diggins leaving early will die down and she'll return to Notre Dame for her senior season because she's not ready to run a pro team. She can score at a pro level and can defend, but she's only 5-8 and not the most athletic guard in the world, so she should return to work on her bball smarts.


Diggins talks about the possibility of leaving early with Mowins and Antonelli on their ESPN podcast:

http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=7493553


I don't have the time to listen. What does she say in summary?


She hasn't thought about it enough. She doesn't think McGraw will let her leave. Everything she said leaned her NOT coming out early.

I think the only possibilty of Diggins coming out might be if UND wins a National Championship. Then she would have less "unfinished business".


Im rooting for ND to win it all this year!! Come out early, Digs!! We can draft you and maybe sign Wiggy!!


So you think she is worth the #1 overall pick?



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bballfan2005 wrote:
mavcarter wrote:
Would be surprised if Tayler Hill isn't the fourth or fifth selection if she plays the 2012-2013 season like she's been playing this year..


It's too bad she's only a junior. She could be as high as 2nd this season.


Would you take Hill over Shenise?


Right now, yes. I think Shenise is a tad bit overrated while Hill is underrated. Need to see more of Hill against the better conferences, though.



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Could someone explain the rules about how players are able to leave early? Is Skylar 21?



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Could someone explain the rules about how players are able to leave early? Is Skylar 21?


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Here's 2013 Draft talk from 2 years ago
http://boards.rebkell.net/viewtopic.php?t=55577#774786
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Looking more like Phoenix will have Griner or Delle Donne next season.


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Looking more like Phoenix will have Griner or Delle Donne next season.


Sounds good to me Laughing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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dynasty0207 wrote:
Looking more like Phoenix will have Griner or Delle Donne next season.


Sounds good to me Laughing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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I'd say right now the 4 potential lottery teams are:

Tulsa
Washington
Phoenix
Indiana


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I agree with Was and Tul in the lottery. Torn between Phx and SA in the west. The east is so close--I suspect injuries will make the determination from first to fifth.


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I believe that draftsite.com has a monkey in a room picking names out of a hat! Any mock draft that has Mighty Mouse from Kansas listed ahead of Tayler Hill is involved in some monkey business. Rolling Eyes



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The top players in the 2013 draft are

Griner
Delle Donne
Diggans
Hill
Poppens
Davis

The only way the above players are not the top six players in the 2013 draft will because of injury or if their production take a nosedive next season.



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I agree with Was and Tul in the lottery. Torn between Phx and SA in the west. The east is so close--I suspect injuries will make the determination from first to fifth.


Agreed. The second lottery team in the East could be just about any of them.


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I'm wondering if the Sparks are waiting to re-sign Penichiero based on Diggins' decision.



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I'm wondering if the Sparks are waiting to re-sign Penichiero based on Diggins' decision.


Even if Diggins did declare, I'm sure the Sparks would still want Ticha.


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I'm wondering if the Sparks are waiting to re-sign Penichiero based on Diggins' decision.


Why? Ticha is still a much better floor general than Diggins. Diggins is a great college scoring PG, but she's not ready to lead a pro team--unless it's Tulsa or some crap team like that.



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I'm wondering if the Sparks are waiting to re-sign Penichiero based on Diggins' decision.

Perhaps they're not the side waiting...


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Rock Hard wrote:
The top players in the 2013 draft are

Griner
Delle Donne
Diggans
Hill
Poppens
Davis

The only way the above players are not the top six players in the 2013 draft will because of injury or if their production take a nosedive next season.


Haven't seen Poppens that many times, but from what I've seen I would certainly take A'dia Mathis over her. Not a huge Sugar Rodgers fan, but she should be in the conversation as well.


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toad455 wrote:
I'm wondering if the Sparks are waiting to re-sign Penichiero based on Diggins' decision.


The Sparks are the team waiting for the decision, Ticha said something earlier about waiting to decide if she would play in the WNBA after she sees how her overseas season goes. She has been playing well overseas and had interest from at least 2 different teams, maybe she is getting to the point of waiting to rest during the WNBA season and just play overseas. I think she also tweeted something about wanting to open a business (I forget what kind) in Sacramento, the summer/WNBA season might be the perfect time for her to open it as well as allow her body to rest a bit.



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Delaware star breaks 2,000-point barrier in win against Hofstra

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Elena Delle Donne had a season-high 42 points, including the 2,000th of her career, and added 14 rebounds and six blocks to help No. 10 Delaware beat Hofstra 89-79 on Thursday night.


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Diggins doing a "Sport Science" segment? What are they going to study, the velocity and trajectory of her headband being thrown off?
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Diggins doing a "Sport Science" segment? What are they going to study, the velocity and trajectory of her headband being thrown off?


The magnitude of the force when she stomps her feet and glares at the refs.


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Diggins doing a "Sport Science" segment? What are they going to study, the velocity and trajectory of her headband being thrown off?



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Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.



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bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


I think you are forgetting Phoenix AND Tulsa in that equation (teams that haven't done much (actually...anything) to improve and will be without their Australian stars for over half the season...no confirmation yet on PFT...but everyone knows she won't come)
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ucdt3 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


I think you are forgetting Phoenix AND Tulsa in that equation (teams that haven't done much (actually...anything) to improve and will be without their Australian stars for over half the season...no confirmation yet on PFT...but everyone knows she won't come)


I left those two out on purpose. Of course, Phoenix and Tulsa (if they miss the playoffs) could get the top 2 picks, but it'd be a big win on and off the court for these teams if my proposed situation occurred because of the locations. Just food for thought.



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bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.



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bballfan2005 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.


I agree. We've never had an elite level post player.


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dynasty0207 wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.


I agree. We've never had an elite level post player.


I think Bullsky was pointing out if the teams selected the players based on the proximity of those players.


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Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.


I agree. We've never had an elite level post player.


I think Bullsky was pointing out if the teams selected the players based on the proximity of those players.


Well obviously. But we're saying in those situations Indy would take Elena.

Maybe it should have been:

1. SASS: Griner
2. WAS: Delle Donne
3. IND: Diggins


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dynasty0207 wrote:
Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.


I agree. We've never had an elite level post player.


I think Bullsky was pointing out if the teams selected the players based on the proximity of those players.


Well obviously. But we're saying in those situations Indy would take Elena.

Maybe it should have been:

1. SASS: Griner
2. WAS: Delle Donne
3. IND: Diggins



IND has shown they are willing make a play for hometown stars ie...Katie Douglas, so I wouldn't dismiss them selecting Diggins, who is a much bigger drawn then Delle Donne.


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I think it has been proven over and over that there's no real "local" carryover in terms of attendance at the WNBA level. What gets fans in the seats is winning, and if EDD wins more games for Indiana than Diggins she'll sell more tickets.



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Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.


I agree. We've never had an elite level post player.


I think Bullsky was pointing out if the teams selected the players based on the proximity of those players.


Well obviously. But we're saying in those situations Indy would take Elena.

Maybe it should have been:

1. SASS: Griner
2. WAS: Delle Donne
3. IND: Diggins



IND has shown they are willing make a play for hometown stars ie...Katie Douglas, so I wouldn't dismiss them selecting Diggins, who is a much bigger drawn then Delle Donne.


Making a play for Katie Douglas wasn't about a hometown player. It was about getting a star guard to compliment Catchings.


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PUmatty wrote:
Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
bballfan2005 wrote:
bullsky wrote:
Thought I had this morning:

Washington sucks and barring a huge trade or a change of the guard, I don't see them making the playoffs this year. SASS has done nothing so far free-agent wise worth noting besides signing Christon (which doesn't actually help their needs). Indiana has also been quiet this offseason and isn't getting any younger.

How crazy would it be if SASS, Indy and Washington got the top 3 picks in 2013 and the board looked something like this...


1. SASS - Griner
2. Indiana - Diggins
3. Washington - Delle Donne

Discuss.


Indiana would be foolish not to take Delle Donne over Diggins. 5-8 scoring PGs come dime-a-dozen. 6-5 PFs who can shoot at an elite level don't grow on trees.


I agree. We've never had an elite level post player.


I think Bullsky was pointing out if the teams selected the players based on the proximity of those players.


Well obviously. But we're saying in those situations Indy would take Elena.

Maybe it should have been:

1. SASS: Griner
2. WAS: Delle Donne
3. IND: Diggins



IND has shown they are willing make a play for hometown stars ie...Katie Douglas, so I wouldn't dismiss them selecting Diggins, who is a much bigger drawn then Delle Donne.


Making a play for Katie Douglas wasn't about a hometown player. It was about getting a star guard to compliment Catchings.


Yes and the fact that she was from Purdue didn't hurt either.


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PUmatty wrote:
Iluvacc wrote:
dynasty0207 wrote:
Well obviously. But we're saying in those situations Indy would take Elena.

Maybe it should have been:

1. SASS: Griner
2. WAS: Delle Donne
3. IND: Diggins



IND has shown they are willing make a play for hometown stars ie...Katie Douglas, so I wouldn't dismiss them selecting Diggins, who is a much bigger drawn then Delle Donne.


Making a play for Katie Douglas wasn't about a hometown player. It was about getting a star guard to compliment Catchings.


Getting Douglas wasn't about EITHER...Indy got her because SHE wanted to be there and forced the trade (she wanted to play closer to home)...obviously Indy wanted her too, but they wouldn't ever have gotten her away from CT had she not requested it.
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For a player like Della Donne who doesn't like to go very far from her home, proximity might come into play...



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For a player like Della Donne who doesn't like to go very far from her home, proximity might come into play...


While that's true, let's not forget that she was 18/19 when she made the decision to stay closer to home. She'll be 24 next year.



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For a player like Della Donne who doesn't like to go very far from her home, proximity might come into play...


I'm sure that she'd like to go to the Mystics, but I'm also sure she'll go to whoever wins her services.
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I kinda hope diggins and Delle Donne come out this year. The west would more fun and that means Nneka in Minny. Very Happy


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I kinda hope diggins and Delle Donne come out this year. The west would more fun and that means Nneka in Seattle. Very Happy


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I kinda hope diggins and Delle Donne come out this year. The west would more fun and that means Nneka in Minny. Very Happy


If both Skylar and Elena come out you think Seattle will still pick Nneka over one of them? Assuming of course the Sparks pick one of them over Nneka.



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blaase22 wrote:
I kinda hope diggins and Delle Donne come out this year. The west would more fun and that means Nneka in Minny. Very Happy


If both Skylar and Elena come out you think Seattle will still pick Nneka over one of them? Assuming of course the Sparks pick one of them over Nneka.


Nneka is a better player than Skylar, so yes, I think she'd go 2nd in a draft that included Delle Donne and Diggins. I'm not sure why people think Skylar should go ahead of a great post/forward. That's not now the draft is supposed to go. 2008, IMO, was an example of shoddy drafting.



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blaase22 wrote:
I kinda hope diggins and Delle Donne come out this year. The west would more fun and that means Nneka in Minny. Very Happy


If both Skylar and Elena come out you think Seattle will still pick Nneka over one of them? Assuming of course the Sparks pick one of them over Nneka.


Nneka is a better player than Skylar, so yes, I think she'd go 2nd in a draft that included Delle Donne and Diggins. I'm not sure why people think Skylar should go ahead of a great post/forward. That's not now the draft is supposed to go. 2008, IMO, was an example of shoddy drafting.


I agree Nneka is better than Skylar, but the way some people here have been going on and on about Skylar who knows how GMs are thinking.



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