Ogwumike Leads 2012 Draft Class

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The L.A. Sparks selected Nneka Ogwumike first overall in the 2012 WNBA Draft presented by Boost Mobile, followed by Shekinna Stricklen to Seattle at No. 2 and Devereaux Peters to Minnesota at No. 3. Look back on the full draft at WNBA.com's Draft Board and find out what the invitees had to say at the Draft Chat! >>> More: Photo Gallery | All-Access | Player Quotes

2012 WNBA Draft Recap

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The Mystics had two pressing needs coming into Monday's WNBA Draft presented by Boost Mobile. They filled them both by picking Notre Dame's Natalie Novosel at No. 8 and LSU's LaSondra Barrett at No. 10. Find out how your team fared. Read More
>> Draft Features: A Day With Nneka | Four Vols Selected | Peters Right for MIN | Vision for Stricklen | Hughes on Draft

A Day With Nneka

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All eyes and ears were on Stanford’s Nneka Ogwumike after being selected with the first overall pick of the 2012 WNBA Draft presented by Boost Mobile by the Los Angeles Sparks. WNBA.com’s Anthony Oliva spent the day with her. Read More
>> VIDEO: Nneka Goes No. 1 | No. 4 Glory | No. 5 Johnson | No. 6 Prahalis | No. 8 Novosel | No. 10 Barrett | No. 11 Goodlett

Pictures at the Podium

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The next generation of WNBA stars walked across the stage at the WNBA Draft in Bristol, Conn. on Monday. Check out our photo gallery here to get a look at the newest members of the league in their brand-new colors! Pictures at the Podium
>> More Photos: All-Access at the Draft | Video: Ogwumike Goes to Sparks at No. 1 | Stricklen to Seattle

Continuing the Tradition

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With four selections in Monday's 2012 WNBA Draft - including (l-r) Vicki Baugh, Shekinna Stricklen and Glory Johnson - the University of Tennessee extended its lead for producing the most draft picks in the history of the WNBA, a reflection of the program built by legendary head coach Pat Summitt. Read More

Q&A: Nneka Ogwumike

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With so much talent, many WNBA teams would do a back flip in order to be able to draft Stanford's Nneka Ogwumike. But, did you know that Ogwumike can actually do a back flip? Find out that and more in this Q&A with the No. 1 overall selection. Read More
Prospect Q&As: Vicki Baugh | Sasha Goodlett | Shenise Johnson | Natalie Novosel

Invitee Photo Gallery

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Glory Johnson is one of three Tennessee players invited to attend Monday's WNBA Draft. Get a look at all 15 top prospects that were invited to the ESPN Studios in Bristol, Conn in this invitee photo gallery. View Gallery | Prospect Profiles

2012 WNBA Mock Draft

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Stanford's Nneka Ogwumike made good on predictions by going first overall in the 2012 Draft. After Ogwumike, however, things get a little cloudier. Where will other top prospects like Miami's Shenise Johnson or Ohio State's Samantha Prahalis fall? WNBA.com's Anthony Oliva lets you know how he thinks the first round will play out. Read More | Live Draft Board
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