WNBA General Managers make their picks for 2010
GM Survey: Miscellaneous

Who is the best player in the game? Who is the best coach? Which team has the best chance of taking the title from the Phoenix Mercury? Which player would GMs sign first if they were starting a team today?

Once again, WNBA.com posed questions to the league's general managers to learn what the people who make the decisions really think about these topics and more.

Which team will be the most fun to watch?
1. Phoenix 81.8%
Phoenix Mercury
2. Atlanta 9.1%
Minnesota 9.1%

Which team has the best home-court advantage?
1. Seattle Storm 50%
Seattle Storm
2. Connecticut Sun 22.7%
3 Indiana Fever 9.1%
Washington Mystics 9.1%
Phoenix Mercury 9.1%

Which player is the most athletic?
1. Angel McCoughtry 45%
Angel McCoughtry
2. Cappie Pondexter 15%
3 Sophia Young 10%
Tamika Catchings 10%
Armintie Price 10%
Seimone Augustus 10%

Which player is the best pure shooter?
1. Diana Taurasi 20%
Diana Taurasi
2. Katie Smith 20%
Becky Hammom 20%
4. Lauren Jackson 10%
Nicole Powell 10%
Seimone Augustus 10%
Shanna Crossley 10%

Which player is the best at moving without the ball?
1. Becky Hammon 22.2%
Becky Hammon
2. Lindsay Whalen 11.1%
Candace Parker 11.1%
Nicole Powell 11.1%
Sophia Young 11.1%
Katie Douglas 11.1%
Diana Taurasi 11.1%
Betty Lennox 11.1%

Which player is the best at getting her own shot?
1. Diana Taurasi 40%
Diana Taurasi
Cappie Pondexter 40%
Shavonte Zellous 10%
Candace Parker 10%

Which player is the best rebounder?
1. Erika de Souza 36.4%
Erika de Souza
Candace Parker 36.4%
3. Rebekkah Brunson 18.2%
4. Lauren Jackson 9.1%

Which player has the best power moves?
1. Candace Parker 27.3%
Candace Parker
Asjha Jones 27.3%
3. Candice Dupree 18.2%
4. Sylvia Fowles 9.1%
Tina Thompson 9.1%
Lauren Jackson 9.1%

Who is the best passer in the WNBA?
1. Ticha Penicheiro 45.5%
Ticha Penicheiro
2. Sue Bird 18.2%
Diana Taurasi 18.2%
4. Becky Hammon 9.1%
Lindsay Whalen 9.1%

Who is the best-passing post player in the WNBA?
1. Candice Dupree 18.2%
Candice Dupree
Janel McCarville 18.2%
3. Lauren Jackson 13.6%
4. Candace Parker 13.6%
5. Jayne Appel 9.1%
Sandrine Gruda 9.1%
Taj McWilliams-Franklin 9.1%
Nicky Anosike 9.1%

Who is the toughest player in the WNBA?
1. Tamika Catchings 38.8%
Tamika Catchings
2. Becky Hammon 11.1%
Tully Bevilaqua 11.1%
Katie Smith 11.1%
Plenette Pierson 11.1%
Nicole Anosike 11.1%
Diana Taurasi 5%

Who is the best in the open floor?
1. Cappie Pondexter 54.5%
Cappie Pondexter
2. Diana Taurasi 27.3%
3. Angel McCoughtry 9.1%
Candace Parker 9.1%

Which player is the best finisher?
1. Diana Taurasi 36.4%
Diana Taurasi
2. Cappie Pondexter 18.2%
3 Tina Thompson 9.1%
Candace Parker 9.1%
Crystal Langhorne 9.1%
Seimone Augustus 9.1%
Lindsay Whalen 9.1%

Which player is the best leader?
1. Tamika Catchings 27.3%
Tamika Catchings
Kara Lawson 27.3%
3. Sue Bird 13.6%
Becky Hammon 9.1%
Taj McWilliams-Franklin 9.1%
Diana Taurasi 9.1%
7. Ticha Penicheiro 5%

Which player has the best basketball IQ?
1. Becky Hammon 27.3%
Becky Hammon
2. Sue Bird 22.7%
3. Diana Taurasi 18.2%
Kara Lawson 18.2%
5. Tamika Catchings 9.1%
Ticha Penicheiro 5%

Which player is best at making her teammates better?
1. Sue Bird 59%
Sue Bird
2. Diana Taurasi 13.6%
Becky Hammon 13.6%
4. Ticha Penicheiro 6.9%
Lindsay Whalen 6.9%

Who has the single most effective individual offensive move in the game today?
1. Cappie Pondexter's Crossover 59%
Cappie Pondexter
Lauren Jackson's turnaround 27.3%
3. Diana Taurasi's jumper 18.2%
Seimone Augustus's floater in lane 18.2%
TIna Charles's sky hook 9.1%

Which player would you want taking a shot with the game on the line?
1. Diana Taurasi 54.5%
Diana Taurasi
2. Candace Parker 18.2%
3. Becky Hammon 9.1%
Sophia Young 9.1%
Sue Bird 9.1%

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