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2016 WNBA Draft Preview Part 4: Odds and Ends before the big night

Welcome to Bullets Forever's 2016 WNBA Draft Preview. We will review the Mystics' needs and several draft prospects who they may be considering as we head toward the 2016 WNBA Draft.

In Part 1, we discussed the Mystics' draft needs as they head toward Draft Day on April 14.

In Part 2, we talked about the draft prospects who you can safely bet won't be playing in Washington.

In Part 3, we talked about the players who are likely to be in the Mystics' range.

The WNBA Draft is tonight. Here are some last links we have to share before the event finally gets here:

Where to watch

TV/Online: ESPN2 and WatchESPN at 7 p.m. ET. The event is at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

LiveStream of bloggers being .... bloggers

The WNBA 365 Network (Twitter @WNBA365) will host a LiveStream event with a number of other writers from around the Twitterverse. We'll be there and will update the post as appropriate.

What other picks do the Mystics have besides the 7th?

Washington holds the 19th and 31st picks in the Draft in the second and third rounds respectively.

WNBA Mock Drafts

Howard Megdal of Excelle Sports has their latest Mock Draft here. At number 7, he has Rachel Banham of Minnesota coming to D.C.

espnW has  the 6'6 Jonquel Jones of GW coming to D.C. with the 7th pick. She'd be a local addition -- and you can't teach rebounding -- but Mike Thibault isn't a head coach who wants to fill his rosters with players who have local ties. I mean, he let go of Crystal Langhorne not too long ago. In addition, Eric Nemchock of Today's Fastbreak also has Jones moving from Foggy Bottom to Chinatown.

SLAM Online and Bleacher Report both have center Imani Boyette of Texas wearing Monumental Red. The last member we saw from the McGee family tree ended up being a circus show. Hopefully, she isn't the same...

Other Mystics links as we head toward the Draft

Wilson Tarpeh Jr. of My Mind on Sports has his preview here. Gene Wang of The Washington Post has another here.

That's all I got ladies and gents. Enjoy the Draft tonight.