2006 WNBA Draft Order

As of 2/24/06

First Round
1. Minnesota
2. Phoenix
3. Charlotte
4. San Antonio
5. Los Angeles (from Washington)
6. Chicago
7. Minnesota (from Detroit)
8. Washington (from Los Angeles)
9. Indiana (from New York)
10. Charlotte (from Houston)
11. Seattle
12. New York (from Indiana)
13. Sacramento
14. Sacramento (from San Antonio via Connecticut)

Second Round
15. Houston (from Charlotte)
16. San Antonio
17. Detroit (from Minnesota)
18. Phoenix
19. Washington
20. Chicago
21. Phoenix (from Detroit)
22. Los Angeles
23. New York
24. Houston
25. Seattle
26. Indiana
27. Charlotte (from Sacramento)
28. Connecticut

Third Round
29. Charlotte
30. San Antonio
31. Minnesota
32. Phoenix
33. Washington
34. Chicago
35. Detroit
36. Los Angeles
37. New York
38. Indiana (from Houston)
39. Seattle
40. Indiana
41. Sacramento
42. Connecticut

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