Seattle Storm Draft History


Shekinna Stricklen
No. 2 Pick

Jasmine Thomas
No. 12 Pick

Alison Lacey
No. 10 Pick

Ashley Walker
No. 12 Pick

Allie Quigley
No. 22 Pick

Katie Gearlds
No. 7 Pick

Barbara Turner
No. 11 Pick

Tanisha Wright
No. 12 Pick

Trina Frierson
No. 19 Pick

Jung Sun-Min
No. 8 Pick

Sue Bird
No. 1 Pick

Lauren Jackson
No. 1 Pick

Kamila Vodichkova
No. 9 Pick


2012 Draft
First Round Shekinna Stricklen 2nd pick overall
Second Round Keisha Hampton 22nd pick overall


2011 Draft
First Round Jasmine Thomas 12th pick overall
Second Round Ify Ibekwe 24th pick overall
Third Round Krystal Thomas 36th pick overall


2010 Draft
First Round Alison Lacey 10th pick overall
Second Round Tanisha Smith 22nd pick overall
Third Round Tijana Krivacevic 34th pick overall


2009 Draft
First Round Ashley Walker 12th pick overall
Third Round Mara Freshour 38th pick overall


2008 Draft
Second Round Allie Quigley 22nd pick overall
Third Round Kimberly Beck 36th pick overall


2007 Draft
First Round Katie Gearlds 7th pick overall
Third Round Brandie Hoskins 33rd pick overall


2006 Draft
First Round Barbara Turner 11th pick overall
Second Round Dalila Eshe 25th pick overall
Third Round Erin Grant 39th pick overall


2005 Draft
First Round Tanisha Wright 12th pick overall
Second RoundAshley Battle 25th pick overall
Third Round Steffanie Blackmon38th pick overall


2004 Draft
Second RoundTrina Frierson 19th pick overall


2003 Draft
First Round Jung Sun-Min 8th pick overall
Second RoundSuzy Batkovic 22nd pick overall
Third Round Chrissy Ford37th pick overall


2002 Draft
First Round Sue Bird 1st pick overall
Second RoundLucienne Berthieu 19th pick overall
Felicia Ragland28th pick overall
Third Round Takeisha Lewis35th pick overall


2001 Draft
First Round Lauren Jackson 1st pick overall
Second Round Semeka Randall 17th pick overall
Fourth Round Juana Brown 49th pick overall


2000 Draft
First Round Kamila Vodichkova 9th pick overall
Second Round Charisse Sampson 25th pick overall
Third Round Kirra Jordan 41st pick overall
Fourth Round Katrina Hibbert 57th pick overall



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