Silver Stars Draft Choices
San Antonio selected Kendra Wecker from Kansas State as the No. 4 pick in WNBA Draft 2005. With the 14th pick, the Silver Stars chose forward Shyra Ely from Tennessee. The Silver Stars finished their selections picking Cathrine Kraayeveld 27th to begin the third round.
A Coach's Perspective On the WNBA Draft
The effect of a draft can have a lasting impact on a team. A successful draft can turn the fortunes of the franchise around, making them instant contenders, energizing an entire city.
Fifteen Standouts To Attend WNBA Draft
They have waited for this moment since the first time they dribbled a basketball.

Now 15 of the top women college basketball players in America will watch their dream of reaching the WNBA unfold this Saturday when they hear WNBA President Donna Orender call their names on draft day at the WNBA/NBA studio in Secaucus, New Jersey.

Prospects to Watch in the NCAA Tournament
Whether they have played with them or against them on the college level, or even coached with or against them, WNBA players have plenty of opinions about the next group of prospects. Hear what they have to say about this year's senior class as the NCAA Tournament gets underway.
This Year's Best Kept Secrets
Unlike last year, the 2005 WNBA Draft may not be as deep or as full of household names. However, there is plenty of talent coming out of college this spring sure to make a splash in the WNBA for years to come.

Prospect Index
Alphabetical listing of each WNBA Draft Prospect including bios!
Rebecca Lobo’s Draft Prospect Tracker
"The Draft is a few short days away, so lets tip our headbands to the women who will make this year's' first round an excitement-filled hour on ESPN."
Draft Prospects’ NCAA Tournament Stats
Check out how the WNBA Draft prospects performed in the tourney!
Key Players To Watch
Over the past five months, members of the Silver Stars basketball operations staff have been racking up their frequent flyer miles scouring the country scouting this year's senior class. They've spent countless hours watching games trying to find the key players that will best be able to help the Silver Stars succeed on and off the court. Now they turn their attention to the final 32 games of the season to make final evaluations and determine who to select in the draft. (click here for more)

2005 WNBA Draft Fan Forum
With the NCAA Tournament underway and the Draft just weeks away, the WNBA Draft Fan Forum is shaping up to be a free for all, with no one certain just who will be the top overall pick in this year's draft. Here are some of the comments fans have been saying in the Fan Forum.
Draft Lottery Team Analysis
Despite the struggles of the five 2005 WNBA Draft Lottery teams during the 2004 season, they do not necessarily have to wait years to return to prominence and the playoffs. Not only can they improve their team through the Draft and trades prior to opening day, but this offseason, free agency will go a long way in shaping teams and rosters before they ever get to Draft in April. WNBA.com breaks down the WNBA Draft Lottery teams with a focus on each team's needs for 2005. (click here for more)
WNBA Player Movement
The WNBA free agent signing period officially began on January 15. In addition to trades and the Draft, teams can begin to negotiate with their own Core and Reserved Players and any Restricted and Unrestricted Free Agents. (click here for more)
Free Agency Heats Up
Over the past five months, members of the Silver Stars basketball operations staff have been racking up their frequent flyer miles scouring the country scouting this year's senior class. They've spent countless hours watching games trying to find the key players that will best be able to help the Silver Stars succeed on and off the court. Now they turn their attention to the final 32 games of the season to make final evaluations and determine who to select in the draft. (click here for more)
Web Links
  • Coach Hughes on ESPNU
  • Silver Stars To Pick Fourth In Draft