2023 WNBA Draft Information
April 10 on ESPN
Rounds 1-3: Monday, April 10, 7-9 p.m. ET Location: New York City (Spring Studios.)
WNBA draft grades: Fever, Lynx score top marks
Picking Aliyah Boston at No. 1 overall was only the start of a strong draft day performance from Indiana. Which other teams earned A grades? And who got a D?
Brea Beal honored to be selected by the Lynx
South Carolina standout Brea Beal expresses her thoughts on being selected by the Minnesota Lynx in the WNBA draft.
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Zia Cooke emotional after being selected by the Sparks
South Carolina's star Zia Cooke tears up after being selected 10th overall by the Los Angeles Sparks.
Stars react to the WNBA draft's top picks
Aliyah Boston and Diamond Miller were the top picks in the 2023 WNBA draft, and hoopsters far and wide showed their excitement on Twitter.
Dream take Haley Jones with the 6th pick in the draft
The Atlanta Dream use the sixth pick in the WNBA draft to take Stanford's Haley Jones.
Lou Lopez Senechal
Wings take Lou Lopez Senechal with No. 5 pick
The Dallas Wings select UConn's Lou Lopez Senechal with the fifth pick in the WNBA draft.
Mystics select Stephanie Soares at No. 4, trade rights to the Wings
The Washington Mystics select Iowa State's center Stephanie Soares and then trade the pick to the Dallas Wings.
Wings select Maddy Siegrist with the third pick
The Dallas Wings select Villanova's star Maddy Siegrist with the third pick in the WNBA draft.
Lynx select Diamond Miller with No. 2 pick
Maryland's Diamond Miller is all smiles as she's taken by the Minnesota Lynx with the second pick in the WNBA draft.
How No. 1 draft pick Aliyah Boston projects in the WNBA
Aliyah Boston's ability to become the star who helps the Fever get back to the playoffs will depend on how much she expands her offensive repertoire.
How to watch the 2023 WNBA draft on ESPN
The 2023 WNBA draft is upon us! The Indiana Fever have the first pick, but which players will hear their name called after presumptive No. 1 overall Aliyah Boston? Tune in to ESPN to find out.
WNBA mock draft: Siegrist moves up board to lottery pick
South Carolina's Aliyah Boston remains the presumptive No. 1 overall, but Villanova's Maddy Siegrist is on the move and headed for a lottery pick.
Lou Lopez Senechal
'I can't believe that happened': The WNBA draft's most unbelievable story
Through four countries, two schools and one menacing rhino, Lou Lopez Sénéchal and her sweet 3-point shot are ready for the WNBA draft.
Villanova star Siegrist likely off to WNBA draft
Villanova Wildcats women's basketball star Maddy Siegrist said after Friday's 70-65 Sweet 16 loss to the No. 9-seeded Miami Hurricanes that she would likely be entering the WNBA draft.
WNBA draft grades: Indiana, Atlanta, Washington score top marks
The Dream, Fever and Mystics had the first three picks of the draft and made the most out of all their selections to earn A grades.
Aussies Melbourne, Atwell picked in WNBA draft
Jade Melbourne will have two fellow Opals for company after being drafted by the WNBA's Seattle Storm, while Perth product Amy Atwell has blazed a historic trail to land at the Los Angeles Sparks.
Dream draft Howard at No. 1; Smith goes to Fever
Rhyne Howard called her selection at No. 1 "a dream come true." Baylor's NaLyssa Smith went second to Indiana.
'Slept on' and with plenty to prove: Baylor's Smith ready for WNBA dream to begin
NaLyssa Smith feels she has been "slept on" for years. And the debate over whether she goes first or second overall in Monday's WNBA draft only fuels her more.
Lynx take another loss with top rookie Diamond Miller out
Lynx rookie Diamond Miller is out indefinitely after suffering a right ankle sprain during Tuesday's loss to the Wings.
Thomas sets franchise high with 16 assists, Sun beat Lynx 89-84
— Natisha Hiedeman scored 19 points, Alyssa Thomas had 16 points, nine rebounds and a franchise-high 16 assists and the Connecticut Sun beat the Minnesota Lynx 89-84 on Thursday night.
DeWanna Bonner passes Lisa Leslie on WNBA scoring list
Connecticut Sun's DeWanna Bonner moves to 11th in the all-time points scoring list in the WNBA.
Dream's Danielle Robinson has knee surgery, eyes July return
Atlanta Dream guard Danielle Robinson underwent a successful left knee arthroscopy Wednesday and is anticipated to return prior to the WNBA All-Star break in July, the team announced Thursday.
Sky guard Rebekah Gardner out indefinitely after foot surgery
Chicago Sky guard Rebekah Gardner has undergone successful foot surgery and will be out indefinitely, the team announced Thursday.
New York faces Chicago on 3-game win streak
New York Liberty (3-1, 2-1 Eastern Conference) at Chicago Sky (3-2, 0-2 Eastern Conference)