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McCarville's All the Buzz
The Charlotte Sting chose Janel McCarville as the No. 1 pick in WNBA Draft 2005; Indiana and Phoenix selected Tan White and Sandora Irvin at Nos. 2 and 3. After the draft, San Antonio traded Margo Dydek to Connecticut for the rights to No. 8 pick Katie Feenstra and a future pick.
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Breaking It Down After the Fact
Now that the 39 picks are in the books, which team had the best draft? What were the biggest surprises? Ann Meyers, Rebecca Lobo and WNBA President Donna Orender share their thoughts.
Behind the Scenes: 5 Cool Things
Peer evaluations: Picks on each other
Top Picks Chat It Up
Minnesota Lynx star Katie Smith co-hosted the Draft Chat. Find out what the top picks had to say on their big day.
10 things you might not know
Catch the excitement of WNBA action this season and see all the top Draft picks this summer:

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Meyers' Breakdown
Prior to the Draft, ESPN's Ann Meyers gave her take on some of the top guards, forwards and centers.

Ask Nancy Lieberman
Nancy Lieberman answered fans questions and raised some of her own leading up to the big event.

Lobo's Tracker
Rebecca Lobo introduced the top college players.
Lobo's Mock Pre-Draft

Kara Lawson's Take
The Monarchs guard talks about some of the potential impact players.

Best Kept Secrets
Get to know the less publicized prospects that could make a splash in the WNBA.
Your Draft Thoughts
Got a thought or opinion? Let us know how you think the top selections will fare as rookies in the WNBA.
Drafted first overall by the Charlotte Sting, Janel McCarville was officially welcomed to the WNBA by Donna Orender: 300k
No. 2 - Tan White, Indiana: 300k
No. 3 - Sandora Irvin, Phoenix: 300k
More Draft highlights
Pre-Draft Q&A's
Penn State's Tanisha Wright
Tennessee's Loree Moore
Liberty's Katie Feenstra
Goergia's Kara Braxton
Houston's Sancho Lyttle
Oklahoma's Dionnah Jackson
Tennessee's Shyra Ely

Coaches' Perspective:
Pre-Draft Needs
Charlotte's Trudi Lacey
Indiana's Brian Winters
Houston's Van Chancellor
Detroit's Bill Laimbeer
Washington's Michael Adams
Suzie McConnell Serio
Seattle's Anne Donovan

Draft Style Guide
Prior to the Draft, one of the most difficult questions for the picks was what to wear on Draft Day.
Who went first and why?

What My Team Needs
With one eye on the upcoming season and another on the prospects, current WNBA players discuss the personnel additions their teams need.
Three picks from '04 reflect

Current WNBA Players On The Next Class
Some of the best players in the game discuss their former college teammates and foes.

Lessons of the WNBA
Current WNBA players talk about what they have learned in the league since they were drafted.

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