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

Courtside Countdown

Check out the Top 10 plays from last week's WNBA Action.

Liberty vs. Storm

Cappie Pondexter scores 20 points, Tina Charles adds 18 points and 14 rebounds as the Liberty defeat the Storm in overtime.

Johnson's Triple-Double

Tameka Johnson records a triple-double with 13 points, 11 rebounds and a career-high 10 rebounds in the Storm's tough loss to the Liberty.

Mercury vs. Sparks

DeWanna Bonner scores 22 potions, Britney Griner and Diana Taurasi each score 18 points as the Mercury defeat the Sparks.

Timeout: Katie Douglas

Take a timeout with Connecticut Sun All-Star, Katie Douglas.