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Ivory Latta was one of many draft picks to speak with Minnesota's Tamika Williams after hearing her name called.
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Discussing the Draft
WNBA.com caught up with many of the top prospects before, during and after the 2007 WNBA Draft in Cleveland. Many also checked in with Minnesota Lynx forward Tamika Williams during her live draft chat.
What the draft picks are saying: Before | After

Offseason Conversations
Throughout the offseason, a number of WNBA stars checked in with WNBA.com, including Chamique Holdsclaw and Sue Bird, both from overseas and while at home, to fill fans in on what they have been up to.
March: Nicole Ohlde
November: Sue Bird | Ruthie Bolton


WNBA Blog Squad
- Matt Wurst, WNBA.com Blog
- Donna Orender, WNBA President
- Linda Cohn, ESPN
- Doris Burke, ABC Sports
- Ann Meyers, Hall-of-Famer
- Ruth Riley, Detroit Shock
- Chantelle Anderson, Silver Stars

2006 Playoffs:
- Cheryl Ford | Yolanda Griffith
- Katie Douglas | Lisa Leslie
- Betty Lennox | Alana Beard
- Sheryl Swoopes | Tamika Catchings
- Diana Taurasi's stretch run

Archive:
- Janell Burse: Offseason in Prague (2006)
- Tanisha Wright: Back on Campus (2006)
- Lindsay Whalen: My Summer Vacation (2005)
- Tully Bevilaqua: Aussie Rules (2005)
- Sue Bird: From Russia, With Love (2005)
- Rebecca Lobo: Re-living the 2004 Finals (2004)
- NBA.com Blog Archive
Player and Coach Chats
12/13: Sun forward Nykesha Sales: "The offseason is going well, I'm resting and rehabbing. I've been working on getting my real estate license..." - More

11/7: Fever forward Tamika Catchings: "If I can help just one child, I know it was worth it. Of course, I hope to reach many more than one, and that is my goal..." - More

6/8: Sting guard Monique Currie: "All the veterans have been really helpful. Allison Feaster is always a positive voice in my ear, always trying to help me and I can always hear her voice. I'm very grateful for her help and all of the veterans..."- More

Your Voice - Fan Forum

I just want to say congrats to the Detroit Shock for an awesome WNBA Finals! I was so excited to see Katie Smith win a championship. I can't wait until next season when they go for championship number three!
Submitted by: -Jen, Troy, MI

I thought this was a really interesting WNBA Finals, because both teams had games where they played great and games where they really struggled. Now that it's over I can't wait for the World Championships to start, it's so awesome that my favorite player Cheryl Ford is on the team now. Go USA!
Submitted by: - Sarah, Baton Rouge, LA

How come there isn't a Wnba team in Florida????
Submitted by: -Karen, Lauderdale Lakes, FL

FAN BLOG SQUAD
What the fans are saying in the WNBA FAN BLOG:

- Stacie | Kevin | Kim | Gardiolas | Melissa
- Tammy | Lisa | Rebecca | Mike | - Mary

Get to know the bloggers
Player Mailboxes
During the 2006 WNBA Finals, members of the Shock and Monarchs answered your questions.

2006 season: Detroit Shock | CT Sun | Draft picks
2005 WNBA Finals: Monarchs and Sun.
2004 Postseason: Finals | Playoffs
Radio City '04: Olympians | All-Stars
Ask Nancy
Throughout the year, Hall-of-Famer and ESPN analyst Nancy Lieberman will be answering your questions.

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