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2001 NBA Re-Draft

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  • Washington

  • Pau Gasol

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  • Chicago

  • Kwame Brown

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  • Memphis

  • Tyson Chandler

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  • Chicago

  • Jason RIchardson

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  • Golden State

  • Joe Johnson

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  • Memphis

  • Richard Jefferson

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  • Houston

  • Eddy Curry

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  • Cleveland

  • Shane Battier

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  • Detroit

  • Vladimir Radmanovic

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  • Boston

  • Eddie Griffin

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  • Boston

  • DeSagana Diop

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  • Seattle

  • Rodney White

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  • New Jersey Nets Logo

    Brooklyn

  • Kedrick Brown

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  • Golden State

  • Troy Murphy

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  • Orlando

  • Steven Hunter

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  • New Orleans

  • Kirk Haston

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  • Toronto

  • Michael Bradley

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  • Houston

  • Jason Collins

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  • Portland

  • Zach Randolph

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  • Cleveland

  • Brendan Haywood

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  • Boston

  • Joseph Forte

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  • Orlando

  • Jeryl Sasser

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  • Houston

  • Brandon Armstrong

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  • Utah

  • Raul Lopez

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  • Sacramento

  • Gerald Wallace

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  • Philadelphia

  • Samuel Dalembert

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  • Memphis

  • Jamaal Tinsley

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  • San Antonio

  • Tony Parker

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  • Minnesota

  • Trenton Hassell

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2011 WNBA Re-Draft

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  • Maya Moore

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  • Dallas

  • Liz Cambage

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  • Chicago

  • Courtney Vandersloot

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  • Minnesota

  • Jantel Lavender

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  • Los Angeles

  • Danielle Robinson

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  • San Antonio Silver Stars Logo

    Las Vegas

  • Amber Harris

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  • Dallas

  • Kayla Pedersen

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  • Washington

  • Ta'Shia Phillips

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  • Indiana

  • Jeanette Pohlen

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  • New York

  • Alex Montgomery

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  • Washington

  • Victoria Dunlap

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  • Seattle

  • Jasmine Thomas

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Scouting Reports

  • Kayla Cooper-Williams

    "Awesome rebounder and shot-blocker, averaged 9.3 rebounds and 3 blocks per game as a senior. "

  • Sabrina Ionescu

    "Sabrina Ionescu can do it all score, rebound, and create for her teammates. Ionescu has 26 triple-doubles in her time at Oregon. She became the first player to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and 1,000 assists. "

  • Satou Sabally

    "Sabally brings a combination of speed and size along with the ability to shot from beyond the arch. She averaged 16.2 points per game and shot 46% from the field for Oregon. Sabally will be an effective wing player with size and speed. "

  • Lauren Cox

    "Cox is an outstanding all-around player; she can shoot and is tough on the defensive end. Cox was one of the best shot blockers in college basketball, blocking 2.4 shots per game. Cox and post shit from the outside and will be a critical factor in the WNBA. "

  • Ruthy Hebard

    "Hebard is a traditional post player, and she does most of her damage in the post. Hebard improved in her senior season; she averaged 17.3 points, 9.6 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks per game. She cut down on her turnovers, Hebard will be able to make an impact on both ends of the floor. "

  • Beatrice Mompremier

    "Momepremier hustles and plays outstanding defense, and she can get double-doubles. Momepremier is an excellent pick and roll player; she shot 52% from the field. She is one of the most athletic players in this year's draft. "

  • Bella Alarie

    "Bella Alarie brings scoring, defense, and length to the table. She averaged 17.5, 8.6 rebounds, and 2.4 blocks per game at Princeton. Alarie can play some point forward, and with her length, she will be an outstanding defensive player "

  • Brittany Brewer

    "Brewer has some post skills and can shoot from the outside, but she must improve her shot to be more consistent. For her size, Brewer is agile and can jump. Brewer is an outstanding rebounder and will be good late first or second pick. "

  • Abi Scheid

    "Scheid will be a player that can space the floor, and she also brings leadership qualities to the table. Scheid will be definite stretch five at the WNBA level. It would benefit Scheid to try to develop a post-game; it would make her more versatile. "

  • Chennedy Carter

    "Carter is a dynamic scorer; she averaged 21.3 points per game this season. She must improve on her three-point shot, having only shot just over 25%. Carter can play the point and shooting guard positions. She is a very aggressive scorer that likes to attack the paint. "

  • Tyasha Harris

    "Harris, a true pass-first point guard, she understands how to control the tempo of the game and is floor general point guard. Harris has improved her offense, she averaged 12 points per game and shot 38% from beyond the arch both career highs. Harris is a pesky defender that uses her quick hands to create steals. "

  • Te'a Cooper

    "Cooper can play both guards' positions, and she brings shooting and defense to the table. Cooper must cut down on her turnovers; she would fit with a team with multiple scores, so she can relax and not feel the pressure to do too much. "

  • Crystal Dangerfield

    "Dangerfield is another floor general that brings big-game experience to the table. Dangerfield is an outstanding outside shooter; she shots 41% from three-point land. She is small at 5'5, but she is strong, and it allows her to get in the paint and create a contact to get the free throw line where she shots 86%. "

  • Megan Walker

    "Walker is an outstanding three-point shooter, shooting 45% from three-point land this season. She is an athletic player that likes to play in the open court. Walker will be a guard with size that will open the floor up "

  • Erica Ogwumike

    "Scoring Guard who can rebound and push tempo averaged 19 points and 10.3 rebounds per game at Rice this season "

  • Juicy Landrum

    "Landrum can flat out shoot the three, she broke the NCAA record by hitting 14 three's against Arkansas State in December. "

Team Draft Analysis

  • New York - WNBA 2020

    "The Liberty will draft Sabrina Ionescu with the first pick of the WNBA Draft, but in round two New York needs to focus on the forward position. The Liberty need more speed and quickness with the forwards to help out Ionescu and Tina Charles. "

  • Atlanta - WNBA 2020

    "The Atlanta Dream traded for Kalani Brown and signed Glory Johnson this offseason. The Dream needs to focus on shooting in the draft, they shot 37% from the field and 29% from three-point land last season. Shooting should be Atlanta's top priority "

  • Chicago - WNBA 2020

    "The Chicago Sky are already pretty much set, with Vandersloot, Quigley, and Dolson coming back. I feel the sky will use the draft to add more depth to the point guard position and the frontcourt Positions "

  • Connecticut - WNBA 2020

    "The Connecticut Sun made a power move by trading for DeWanna Bonner. In the draft, they should focus on creating more depth in the frontcourt; last season, lack of depth killed them. Another shooter would also help with the loss of Shekinna Stricklen. "

  • Dallas - WNBA 2020

    "With four picks in the top 10, Dallas can do some damage in this year's draft. Building around Arike Ogunbowale and Katie Lou Samuelson, the wings can address depth at the forward and point guard positions. With picks at two and 5 can give two possible frontcourt starters. "

  • Indiana - WNBA 2020

    "The Indiana Fever have the third pick in the draft, and i think they should take Lauren Cox. Cox and Tearia McCowan would make a dangerous front line, with Marianne Stanley coaching. The Fever can also draft a point guard with their later draft picks. "

  • Las Vegas - WNBA 2020

    "The Las Vegas Aces is pretty much set, with the signing of Angel McCoughtry, their defense is going to be outstanding. What the Aces need with their lone draft pick is shooting. Las Vegas only has one shooter on their team, and that's Kayla McBride. "

  • Los Angeles - WNBA 2020

    "The Los Angeles Sparks draft picks won't get much playing time this season, but in 2021 a lot of the Sparks players are free agents, and they will not be able to sign everybody back. So drafting players that they can develop will be critical in the draft. "

  • Minnesota - WNBA 2020

    "Minnesota lost Danielle Robinson to free agency, and Rebekkah Brunson retired so that the Lynx will be in the Marker for a point guard and a power forward in the draft. Minnesota needs to draft the top point guard on the board with their first pick. "

  • Phoenix - WNBA 2020

    "The Mercury traded for Skylar Diggins-Smith and now have big three with Diggins-Smith, Diana Taurasi, and Brittney Griner. This could be Taurasi's final year in the WNBA, so the Mercury needs to think about drafting another wing player as a replacement. Also, finding another shooter on the floor to space the floor for the big three. Adding a backup center behind Grinner would be helpful to keep Griner fresh. "

  • Seattle - WNBA 2020

    "With Sue Bird probably entering her last season, it is time for the Seattle Storm to look at drafting a point guard. Breanna Stewart is back and will join Natasha Howard on the court. Also, Seattle will need some frontcourt help. "

  • Washington - WNBA 2020

    "The defending champs are in good shape after resigning Elena Delle Donne and Emma Meesseman. The Washington Mystics also brought in Leilani Mitchell. In the draft, Washington should focus on backcourt and frontcourt depth to add to their talented roster. "