This was arguably the most anticipated draft in WNBA history. The caliber of the prospects, which included Delle Donne and the rest of the "Three To See" trio (Brittney Griner and Skylar Diggins), was unlike any other. These players had talent on the court and likeability with fans off it. The three were the face of the first draft in WNBA history to air live on prime time.

Delle Donne explained that these factors, "show that we (the WNBA) are starting to get attention, and to be a part of that history is amazing.” Attention is what she got on Draft Day. Delle Donne spent her time at ESPN doing interviews and joining the top sports reporters on Sports Center and First Take.

"It was a crazy but upbeat day," said Delle Donne. Then things took a turn. While sitting in the studio waiting to start an interview she caught the news of the Boston tragedy.

“It is so sad when something like this happens," she shared. "It makes you appreciate life.” Delle Donne had a lot to appreciate on that day. She quickly learned that her two friends in Boston, one who was running the marathon, were safe. Then, just after 7 p.m., she heard more good news. The Chicago Sky called her name.

"It was the best moment of my basketball career," admitted Delle Donne. She wanted to go to Chicago. "I really respect Coach Chatman. She is someone I feel I can learn so much from. I want to continue to get better, and I think she’s a coach that is going to push me."

Delle Donne is looking forward to playing with her talented teammates this summer. If things continue as they have, Delle Donne and the Sky are in for a historic season. Sky training camp starts May 5 and the Sky host Opening Night at the Allstate Arena on Friday, May 31 at 7:30 p.m. against the Connecticut Sun.

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