LC
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2018 WNBA Draft

The 2018 WNBA Draft is on this Friday.

Word is that Aussie Kristy Wallace is set to be drafted by the Phoenix Mercury with a 2nd round pick (Coach Brondello).

WNBA Draft: The case for Kristy Wallace

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Anonymous  
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Maddison Rocci also on the draft boards.

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Anonymous  
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Why?

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Anonymous  
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Yeah.. I don't know why, but she is.

Same with mijovic and Tupaea. Get the rights to them and if they come good, bring them over.

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LC  
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Yeah - saw Rocci. Not sure she will score a selection though as much as I would love to see it.

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Anonymous  
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Is this league still around? Subsidies flowing from big brother two decades now. The river keeps flowing.

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Anonymous  
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Rocci, you have to be joking surely lol

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Anonymous  
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Smith is a big chance next year to get drafted.

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Luuuc  
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Wallace --> Atlanta Dream at pick 16

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Anonymous  
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Brondello probably sour right now.

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Anonymous  
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Why would Brondello be sour, she's picked up Wright, and she’s not picking an Australian National team is she, she’s picking a team for the WNBA, looks like Chicago wanted DeSheilds more, Phoenix could have held their pick for Wallace if they wanted.

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If Smith keeps on playing the way she is - will do well in future drafts. Next year Teaira McCowan will graduate and a strong candidate for no 1 pick. Asia Durr may be the same draft as smith.

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LC  
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Anonymous  
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1 Aussie youth player in the WNBA over the next 4 years.

Wallace-2018 draft (16th pick)
Smith-2019 draft (late first round, early second)
Mangakahia-2020 draft (late first round, early second)
Magbegor-WNBA 2021 (after 3 year contract at Melbourne)

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Anonymous  
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Mangakahia fan will you give it a rest ..........

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Anonymous  
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What have you got against her?
Already on the draft boards along with smith from Stanford and woods from northern illinois.

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Anonymous  
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and you know that how....draft boards from two years away havent even been looked at..except in some parents heads

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Waves2Lynx  
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Do we know much about which Aussies are in training camps right now? Know Whitcomb is back at Storm, one of five guards in the 14 left so good chance she's back.

Wallace is injured so not with Dream. Talbot and Mitchell are still OS so unavailable to Mercury. Also Allen with the Liberty. Cambage is scheduled to be back to Wings from CWG in a weeks time.

Any others I'm missing? Rather small contingent.

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Anonymous  
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Mitchell
Whitcomb
Allen
Talbot
Griffin-cut
George
Cambage

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