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2001 WNBA Draft Order

1.Seattle Storm
2.Charlotte Sting
3.Indiana Fever
4.Portland Fire
5.Miami Sol
6.Detroit Shock
7.Minnesota Lynx
8.Utah Starzz
9.Washington Mystics
10.Orlando Miracle
11.Cleveland Rockers
12.Portland Fire1
(from Minnesote from New York)
13.Phoenix Mercury2
14.Indiana Fever5
(from Sacramento)
15.Houston Comets
16.Los Angeles Sparks
17.Seattle Storm
18.Charlotte Sting
19.Indiana Fever
20.Portland Fire
21.Miami Sol
22.Detroit Shock
23.Minnesota Lynx
24.Utah Starzz
25.Washington Mystics
26.Orlando Miracle
27.Cleveland Rockers
28.Minnesota Lynx7
(from Washington from New York)
29.Phoenix Mercury
30.Sacramento Monarchs
31.Houston Comets
32.Los Angeles Sparks
33.Houston Comets3
(from Seattle)
34.Charlotte Sting
35.Indiana Fever
36.Portland Fire
37.Miami Sol
38.Detroit Shock
39.Minnesota Lynx
40.Utah Starzz
41.Washington Mystics
42.Orlando Miracle
43.Cleveland Rockers
44.Washington Mystics6
(from New York)
45.Phoenix Mercury
46.Sacramento Monarchs
47.Houston Comets
48.Los Angeles Sparks
49.Seattle Storm
50.Charlotte Sting
51.Indiana Fever
52.Portland Fire
53.Phoenix Mercury4
(from Miami)
54.Detroit Shock
55.Minnesota Lynx
56.Utah Starzz
57.New York Liberty6
(from Washington)
58.Orlando Miracle
59.Cleveland Rockers
60.New York Liberty
61.Phoenix Mercury
62.Sacramento Monarchs
63.Houston Comets
64.Los Angeles Sparks

1 Minnesota traded Kristin Folkl and the first round draft choice it received from New York in exchange for Grace Daley (September 13, 2000) to Portland for Lynn Pride and Michele VanGorp (February 20, 2001).

2 Both Phoenix and New York finished the regular season with 20-12 records. Phoenix won the tiebreaker based upon having a better record against teams in the opposite conference and therefore selects after New York.

3 Seattle traded its third round draft choice to Houston in exchange for Andrea Garner on May 27, 2000.

4 Miami traded its fourth round draft choice to Phoenix in exchange for Shantia Owens on April 25, 2000.

5 Indiana traded Kara Wolters to Sacramento in exchange for the 14th pick on April 11, 2001.

6 Washington traded Andrea Nagy and the 57th pick to the New York Liberty in exchange for its second and third round picks (28th and 44th overall) on April 17, 2001.

7 Washington traded the 28th pick (acquired from New York in an earlier trade) to Minnesota for Annie Burgess on April 17, 2001.

2001 WNBA Draft prospects: alphabetical

2001 WNBA Draft prospects: by position

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