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in this year's draft? What do you think your team needs to improve
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The 2004 WNBA Draft will be held Saturday, April 17 at the NBA Entertainment studios in Secaucus, N.J. ESPN will televise the first round while NBA TV and WNBA.com will provide coverage of all three rounds.
REBECCA LOBO PROSPECT TRACKER
as of March 25
1. Diana Taurasi, UConn
2. Alana Beard, Duke
3. Nicole Powell, Stanford
4. Chandi Jones, Houston
5. Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota
6. Kelly Mazzante, Penn State
7. Nicole Ohlde, Kansas State
8. Vanessa Hayden, Florida
9. Shemeka Christon, Arkansas
10. Rebekkah Brunson, Georgetown
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