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Current 2014 WNBA Draft Order

Round 1 
1. Connecticut 
2. Tulsa 
3. San Antonio 
4. Connecticut Sun (via New York 4/14/2014)
5. Indiana 
6. Washington 
7. Seattle 
8. Atlanta 
9. Indiana (from Phoenix 3/11/14) 
10. Chicago 
11. Connecticut (from Los Angeles 3/31/2014)
12. Minnesota 

Round 2 
13. Tulsa (from Connecticut 6/20/13) 
14. New York 
15. Minnesota (from Tulsa 3/1/13) 
16. San Antonio 
17. Phoenix (from Indiana 3/11/14) 
18. Atlanta (from Washington 3/12/14) 
19. Seattle 
20. Atlanta 
21. Phoenix 
22. Chicago 
23. Los Angeles 
24. Minnesota 

Round 3 
25. Connecticut 
26. New York 
27. Tulsa 
28. San Antonio 
29. Indiana 
30. Washington 
31. Seattle 
32. Washington (from Atlanta 3/12/14) 
33. Phoenix 
34. Chicago 
35. Los Angeles 
36. Minnesota

This makes tonight more interesting. Trader Bill is at it again.

Round 1 
1. Connecticut 
2. Tulsa 
3. San Antonio 
4. New York 
5. Indiana 
6. Washington 
7. Seattle 
8. Atlanta 
9. Indiana (from Phoenix 3/11/14) 
10. Chicago 
11. Los Angeles 
12. Minnesota 

Round 2 
13. Tulsa (from Connecticut 6/20/13) 
14. New York 
15. Minnesota (from Tulsa 3/1/13) 
16. San Antonio 
17. Phoenix (from Indiana 3/11/14) 
18. Atlanta (from Washington 3/12/14) 
19. Seattle 
20. Atlanta 
21. Phoenix 
22. Chicago 
23. Los Angeles 
24. Minnesota 

Round 3 
25. Connecticut 
26. New York 
27. Tulsa 
28. San Antonio 
29. Indiana 
30. Washington 
31. Seattle 
32. Washington (from Atlanta 3/12/14) 
33. Phoenix 
34. Chicago 
35. Los Angeles 
36. Minnesota

wnbalove:

Katie Douglas will be returning to the Connecticut Sun, they just signed her to a two year deal with an option for a third. Great move if she can stay healthy.

Your thoughts?

Brings some needed experience to the team and guard position with the Kara Lawson trade. However her age (34) and health concerns (back) are big question marks right now.

The 13-year veteran returns to Connecticut for the 2014 season.

purplegirl80:

effyeahwnba:

So in the last month or so, I’ve gained 200 new followers which was surprising as this blog has been silent for a while.

Anyway, I just wanted to say hi to everyone and thanks for following! I’ll certainly be posting more once the season gets closer.

- Jill

Hiiiii I’m Kayla I just starting getting into the wnba about 2 months ago…. And I’m from Canada and I love the Chicago Sky!!! You? And I just wanted to say hi!

Started watching Fever games back in 2005 and then really got into the league around 2010. I started this blog because there were very few WNBA related tumblrs. I’ve seen even more WNBA blogs pop up since then which is awesome! Thanks for the follow :)

Not sure how I feel about this trade overall. The only team who I think benefits from this is the Mystics. Connecticut loses a veteran point-guard (can’t emphasize enough how valuable that is in this league), and the Dream - who have been dreadful from the 3 point line for years - acquire a guard who is a 27.6% 3 point shooter. Hmmm

ATLANTA, March 12, 2014 – The WNBA Atlanta Dream announced today that it has acquired guard Matee Ajavon from the Washington Mystics as part of a three-team trade. The Dream also received Washington’s second-round pick (18th overall) in the 2014 WNBA Draft as part of the trade.

In exchange, the Dream traded guard Alex Bentley and its third-round pick (32nd overall) in this year’s draft to the Connecticut Sun, and Connecticut sent guard Kara Lawson to Washington.

- See more at: http://www.wnba.com/dream/news/dreamacquiresajavon031214.html#sthash.rUP8t1KG.dpuf

So in the last month or so, I’ve gained 200 new followers which was surprising as this blog has been silent for a while.

Anyway, I just wanted to say hi to everyone and thanks for following! I’ll certainly be posting more once the season gets closer.

- Jill