WNBA General Managers make their picks for 2011
GM Survey: Best 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 Seattle Storm? 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 2011 MVP?
1. Diana Taurasi 33.3%
Diana Taurasi
2. Angel McCoughtry 16.7%
Lauren Jackson 16.7%
4. Tamika Catchings 8.3%

Maya Moore 8.3%
Candace Parker 8.3%
Cappie Pondexter 8.3%

If you were starting a franchise today and could sign any player in the WNBA, who would it be?
1. Maya Moore 33.3%
Maya Moore
2. Diana Taurasi 16.7%
Candace Parker 16.7%
4. Tamika Catchings 8.3%
Angel McCoughtry 8.3%
Cappie Pondexter 8.3%
Lauren Jackson 8.3%

Which player forces opposing coaches to make the most adjustments?
1. Diana Taurasi 50%
Diana Taurasi
2. Lauren Jackson 33.3%
Candace Parker 8.3%
3. Cappie Pondexter 8.3%

Which player is most likely to have a breakout season in 2011?
1. Candace Parker 16.7%
Candace Parker
2. Seimone Augustus 8.3%
Briann January 8.3%
Ebony Hoffman 8.3%
Tina Charles 8.3%
Candice Wiggins 8.3%

Essence Carson 8.3%
Betty Lennox 8.3%
Marissa Coleman 8.3%

Penny Taylor 8.3%
Kelsey Griffin 8.3%

Which player do you think has the greatest hunger to win a championship in 2011?
1. Tamika Catchings 50%
Tamika Catchings
2. Angel McCoughtry 8.3%
Candace Parker 8.3%
Diana Taurasi 8.3%
Cappie Pondexter 8.3%
Becky Hammon 8.3%
7. Katie Douglas 4.2%
Asjha Jones 4.2%

Who is the best point guard in the WNBA?
1. Sue Bird 91.7%
Sue Bird
2 Courtney Vandersloot 8.3%

Who is the best shooting guard in the WNBA?
1. Diana Taurasi 66.7%
Diana Taurasi
2 Cappie Pondexter 25%
3. Becky Hammon 8.3%

Who is the best small forward in the WNBA?
1. Tamika Catchings 50%
Tamika Catchings
2. Sancho Lyttle 8.3%
Diana Taurasi 8.3%
Candace Parker 8.3%
Penny Taylor 8.3%
Maya Moore 8.3%
Candice Dupree 8.3%

Who is the best power forward in the WNBA?
1. Lauren Jackson 45.4%
Lauren Jackson
2. Candace Parker 18.1%
3. Candice Dupree 9.1%
Crystal Langhorne 9.1%
Rebekkah Brunson 9.1%
Sophia Young 9.1%

Who is the best center in the WNBA?
1. Lauren Jackson 50%
Lauren Jackson
2. Tina Charles 16.7%
Sylvia Fowles 16.7%
4. Elizabeth Cambage 8.3%
Candace Parker 8.3%

Who is the most underrated player in the WNBA?
1. Crystal Langhorne 16.7%
Crystal Langhorne
Sophia Young 16.7%
3. Swin Cash 8.3%
Iziane Castro-Marques 8.3%
Tammy Sutton-Brown 8.3%
Asjha Jones 8.3%
Noelle Quinn 8.3%
Candice Dupree 8.3%
Tanisha Wright 8.3%
Nicole Powell 8.3%

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