WNBA General Managers make their picks for 2010
GM Survey: Rookies, International Players

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.

Who will win the 2010 Rookie of the Year?
1. Tina Charles 81.8%
Tina Charles
2. Monica Wright 18.2%

Which rookie is the most athletic?
1. Monica Wright 63.6%
Monica Wright
2. Jene Morris 9.1%
Andrea Riley 9.1%
Tina Charles 9.1%
Chanel Mokango 9.1%
Marion Jones 9.1%

Which rookie will be the best player in five years?
1. Tina Charles 63.6%
Tina Charles
2. Danielle McCray 9.1%
Kelsey Griffin 9.1%
Epiphanny Prince 9.1%
Monica Wright 9.1%

Which "sleeper" rookie is most likely to be a success?
1. Andrea Riley 18.2%
Andrea Riley
2. Kelsey Griffin 9.1%
Jene Morris 9.1%
Bianca Thomas 9.1%
Jayne Appel 9.1%
Jacinta Monroe 9.1%
Alison Lacey 9.1%
Danielle McCray 9.1%
Amanda Thompson 9.1%
Kalana Greene 9.1%

Who is the best international player in the WNBA?
1. Lauren Jackson 90.9%
Lauren Jackson
2. Penny Taylor 9.1%

Which international player is most likely to have a breakout season in 2010?
1. Erika de Souza 30%
Erika de Souza
2. Sandrine Gruda 30%
3. Sancho Little 10%
Penny Taylor 10%
Dalma Ivanyi 10%
Anete Jekabsone-Zogota 10%

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