Most picks made sense in WNBA draft
BRISTOL, Conn. -- The deck was stacked in Minnesota's favor to have an enthusiasm-boosting draft day, and the Lynx didn't disappoint.
The WNBA held its annual draft at ESPN headquarters for the first time, a move that just made a lot of sense for maximum publicity. And that's what the Lynx got out of their selections, as they added three-time Wade Trophy winner Maya Moore of UConn and Xavier star forward Amber Harris with the Nos. 1 and 4 picks, respectively.
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