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NCAA Tournament
March 17 - April 3
ESPN, ESPN2
NCAA Tournament Schedule/Results
Naismith Award Finalists- Top 4
Givens, Middle Tennessee fun to watch
Senior Class Award nominees
Candace staying at Tennessee
Duke's Bales' great effort


For complete NCAA coverage, visit ESPN.com.
PROSPECT TRACKER
as of March 19

The WNBA.com prospect board is back, of course, unofficially and without any input in the outcome or results of the Draft. This is not who we think will go first or second based on who is picking, but how the prospects rank overall. Check back as the players will slide up and down based on postseason play.

Lindsay Harding , Duke
Ivory Latta, North Carolina
Jessica Davenport , Ohio State
Armintie Price, Mississippi
Tiffany Jackson, Texas
Alison Bales, Duke
Noelle Quinn, UCLA
Brooke Smith, Stanford
Shae Murphy, USC
Camille Little, UNC
Chrissy Givens, M. Tenn. St.
Jessica Dickson, USF
Lyndsey Medders, Iowa St.
DRAFT FAN FORUM

What do you think will happen? We want to know who you think will be the top picks in this year's draft and what teams need. Keep 'em coming and sound off in the 2007 WNBA Draft Fan Forum.

DRAFT HISTORY

- All-time WNBA Draft list
- Team-by-team Draft results

NEWS AND FEATURES

NCAA Tournament Prospect Update
More than 30 of the top seniors on the WNBA Draft radar will be playing in the NCAA Tournament. Find out who is playing when and check back for the schedule and latest results.
3/1: End of season prospect stat update
1/24: Duke's Harding emerges as the top prospect
12/27: College seniors' mid-season stat report
11/14: Introducing the top draft prospects

Ask Nancy
Basketball legend and ESPN analyst Nancy Lieberman breaks down the 2007 Draft and several of the top prospects in the latest edition of "Ask Nancy." Read what she has to say as the NCAA Tournament gets underway.

Cleveland To Host 2007 WNBA Draft
The city of Cleveland will play host to a week-long celebration of women's basketball in early April. The WNBA Draft, which features the best college seniors like Jessica Davenport (right), will cap off a week that also includes pre-Draft Camp, the NCAA Women's Final Four and the WBCA Coaches' Convention.

Sky Take Currie First In Dispersal Draft
The Chicago Sky made second-year guard Monique Currie the first pick in the Charlotte Sting Dispersal Draft. The Lynx selected Tangela Smith and former top overall pick Janel McCarville went to New York.
Dispersal Draft Team and Player Analysis

DRAFT ORDER: First Round
1Phoenix Mercury 18-16
2San Antonio Silver Stars 12-21
3Chicago Sky 5-29
4Minnesota Lynx 10-24
5New York Liberty 11-23
6Washington Mystics 18-16
7Seattle Storm 18-16
8Houston Comets 18-16
9Indiana Fever 21-13
10 Chicago Sky 5-29
11Detroit Shock 23-11
12Connecticut Sun26-8
13Connecticut Sun26-8

WNBA DRAFT LOTTERY

Despite the odds, the ping pong balls came up in favor of the Minnesota Lynx in the 2007 WNBA Draft Lottery.
- What Lottery teams need

2006 WNBA DRAFT RECAP

Seimone Augustus was chosen first and headlined won of the best rookie classes ever en route to wining WNBA Rookie of the Year.

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Video

Through the Lens: Fever vs. Sky Game 2

Check out some of the best highlights from the thrilling, double overtime game between the Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky through the eye of our super slow motion phantom camera!

Fowles Leads Sky In Game 2

Sylvia Fowles ended up with 27 points on an impressive 12-14 shooting, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 3 steals to help the Chicago Sky tie the Eastern Conference Finals at 1 game apiece versus the Indiana Fever.

Postgame: Chicago Sky

Sky head coach Pokey Chatman and Sylvia Fowles talk postgame following Chicago's double overtime win over the Fever.

Fever vs. Sky - Game 2

Sylvia Fowles scores 27 points and the Chicago Sky beat the Indiana Fever 86-84 in two overtimes to even the best-of-three Eastern Conference finals on Monday.

Postgame: Indiana Fever

Fever head coach Lin Dunn and Tamika Catchings talk postgame after Indiana falls to the Chicago Sky in Game 2 in double overtime.