WNBA DRAFT 2008

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April 9, 2008

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DRAFT ORDER: First Round
1 Los Angeles Sparks 10-24
2 Chicago Sky 14-20
3 Minnesota Lynx 10-24
4 Detroit Shock (via trade) 24-10
5 Houston Comets 13-21
6 Washington Mystics 16-18
7 New York Liberty 16-18
8 Atlanta Dream (via trade) NA
9 Connecticut Sun 18-16
10 Sacramento Monarchs 19-15
11 Detroit Shock 24-10
12 Connecticut Sun (via trade) 18-16
13 Phoenix Mercury 23-11
14 New York Liberty 16-18
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Video

Fever vs. Storm

Tamika Catchings and Marissa Coleman score 16 points apiece to lead the Fever to victory over the Storm 76-67.

Mercury vs. Lynx

Maya Moore scores 20 points to power the Lynx past Phoenix 75-67 on Thursday night, snapping the Mercury's franchise-record 16-game win streak.

Dream vs. Shock

Tiffany Hayes scores a career-high 27 points, Angel McCoughtry adds 21 and Erika DeSouza has 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Dream to a 85-75 victory over Tulsa.

Liberty vs. Sky

Elena Delle Donne, playing for the first time since June 25 while dealing with Lyme disease, scores 10 points in the Sky's 87-74 victory over the Liberty on Thursday night.

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