WNBA General Managers make their picks for 2010
GM Survey: Offseason Moves

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 made the best offseason moves overall?
1. Connecticut 55%
Connecticut Sun
2. New York 18%
3. Minnesota 18%
4. Chicago 9%

Which one player acquisition will make the biggest impact?
1. Cappie Pondexter 60%
Cappie Pondexter
2. Lindsay Whalen 20%
3. Candice Dupree 10%
4. Ticha Penicheiro 10%

Which one player acquisition will make the biggest impact?
1. Cappie Pondexter 12.5%
Cappie Pondexter
Roneeka Hodges 12.5%
Cathrine Kraayveld 12.5%
Kelly Mazzante 12.5%
Taj McWilliams-Franklin 12.5%
Katie Smith 12.5%
DeMya Walker 12.5%
Le'coe Willingham 12.5%

Which team will be most improved in 2010?
1. Minnesota 45%
Minnesota Lynx
2. New York 23%
3. Chicago 18%
4. Connecticut 14%

What was the most surprising move of the offseason?
1. NY-Chi-Phx Trade 55%
Minnesota Lynx
2. Sun-Lynx Trade 27%
3. Katie Smith to WAS 9%
4. Lynx signing Maiga Ba 9%

More Survey Results
2010 Predictions Best players Offseason moves Rookies, International
Defense Top coaches Miscellaneous



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