WNBA The WNBA draft is tomorrow By Sue Favor - April 9, 2019 Buckle up: The list of draft attendees was released today. The draft is loaded with talent and intrigue. Draft overview. No No. 1 pick for the Seattle Storm means progress, but a complicated draft. Here’s who the Storm could take at No. 12. The Las Vegas Aces are looking at guards. The Sparks are looking for a good fit, and the Aces might pick Jackie Young. Four candidates for the Chicago Sky’s first-round pick. Trading Liz Cambage before draft day might be best, but the Dallas Wings have needs they can address with their first pick. The Indiana Fever should explore all options with their No. 3 pick. The draft outlook is cloudy for the Sun, but their roster is in good shape. Asia Durr is headed for stardom in the WNBA. Teaira McCowan is expected to be a top three pick. Passion and work ethic is buoying Megan Gustafson’s stock ahead of the draft. Gustafson draft diary. Notre Dame’s entire lineup could be picked. Two Bay Area stars are projected as first-round picks. Napheesa Collier and Katie Lou Samuelson turn their attention to the draft. Han Xu might be the first Chinese player to be drafted since 1997. Central Michigan’s Reyna Frost and Presley Hudson are eager to know if they’ll be drafted. Cierra Dillard could make it a first for Buffalo. Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame: Teresa Weatherspoon will be inducted this year.