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Post-Draft Analysis
ESPN analyst Vera Jones breaks down the 2003 WNBA Draft, including the top picks, the teams that did the most to better their situation and the biggest surprises and sleepers.
Draft Board | Team-by-Team Picks

Rockers Take Thomas
Cleveland selected LaToya Thomas and Sacramento took Chantelle Anderson with the top picks in the draft. Cheryl Ford, daughter of Karl Malone, went third to Detroit.
Riley, Sam Top Dispersal Picks

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WNBA Draft Video Highlights
Watch the top selections from the 2003 WNBA Draft, plus interviews with top picks and WNBA coaches. Get the scoop on what the players were thinking on draft day and how the coaches feel they have improved their teams for 2003.

Evaluating Burke's Top 10
Before the 2003 WNBA Draft, ESPN analyst Doris Burke gave her predictions on the how the top 10 picks would go. So how did her predictions hold up against the actual draft? Find out in's top 10 comparison.
Karl Malone shares his thoughts as his daughter Cheryl Ford is drafted by the Detroit Shock with the third pick: 56k | 300k
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Swin Cash shares her draft advice.
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Shock's Riley Chats from Spain
Selected by the Detroit Shock with the number one pick in the Dispersal Draft, Ruth Riley joined's Draft Day cybercast all the way from Spain for a live chat. Riley talked about her new team and her goals for 2003.

A Year Older and Wiser
Four of the top five picks from the 2002 Draft weigh in with their advice to this year's prospects on preparing for draft day. See what Seattle's Sue Bird, Detroit's Swin Cash, Washington's Stacey Dales-Schuman and L.A.'s Nikki Teasley have to say now that they've spent a year in the league.

Cleveland Rockers:
Q&A with LaToya Thomas

Detroit Shock:
Q&A with Cheryl Ford and Kara Lawson

Indiana Fever:
Q&A with Gwen Jackson

Sacramento Monarchs:
Q&A with Chantelle Anderson

Washington Mystics:
Q&A with Aiysha Smith

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