WNBA draft is tomorrow

Be prepared for interesting, unpredictable moves tomorrow.

WNBA draft news:

After Kelsey Plum at No. 1, nothing is easy to predict.

The Mystics are keeping their draft options open, with their big moves already made.

The top prospects are honored to be in New York.

A “weak” WNBA draft has the Sun focusing elsewhere. But no decision for Connecticut will be easy.

The Sun will try to balance their season and long-term goals with the draft.

Dallas is looking for immediate contributors to add to their core.

Sky coach/GM Amber Stocks has a draft day strategy, as well as options. Yet, the stars may not align for Chicago’s best-case draft.

The Storm has to do its homework.

As Makayla Epps and Evelyn Akhator await their WNBA fate, Lin Dunn has been a great resource.

Tori Jankoska is ready for the next chapter in the WNBA.

Erica McCall is ready for her big moment at the draft.

Nia Coffey is set for a first-round selection.

Sophie Brunner is staying optimistic entering the draft.

ODU’s Adrienne Motley and Jennie Simms are eyeing the draft.

Q&A with Florida’s Ronni Williams.

Experts and players speculate as Alexis Peterson and Brittney Sykes await the draft.

No. 1 picks through the years have made instant impacts.

More WNBA news:

How Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve transformed the team with one pick and a winning formula.

The Liberty are ready to take the next step.

League president Lisa Borders says the future of the WNBA is bright.

College team news:

The Gamecocks are being honored on Coke cans.

No resolution at Cincinnati yet.

College player news:

Oregon has signed elite international player Anneli Maley.

College coach news:

Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer reflects on the Bulldogs’ special Final Four run.

Longtime Stanford top assistant coach Amy Tucker is retiring.

Jessica Kern is Tennessee State’s new head coach.

Maine’s Amy Vachon has taken control of the program.