News and analysis on WNBA Draft picks.
The Mystics currently don’t own any of their picks in April’s draft.
Mystics chose 24th and 36th overall in the 2020 WNBA Draft deciding on Jaylyn Agnew and Alecia "Sug" Sutton respectively.
At least it’s not cancelled...
The Mystics didn’t make big splashes on draft night. But their additions show what Washington hopes to do in 2019.
The Louisville forward averaged 10.8 ppg and 7.2 rpg for the Cardinals, who advanced to the Elite Eight.
The NC State guard averaged 15.9 ppg and led the Wolfpack to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament this season.
It’s time for us to see which players the Mystics could pick this season. Here’s our annual rundown of the players by various tiers.
The Washington Mystics head into the 2019 WNBA Draft in an unfamiliar position: As WNBA contenders. That doesn’t mean that Washington shouldn’t do their homework though.
Don’t judge players based on where they are on draft day. Let’s see how they are over their entire careers.
She wrote a post on Instagram that may indicate where she thinks she will play or where she wants to play this summer.
Are we seeing a trend here?
The question is ... will she get picked before number seven?
Let’s look at the players who the Mystics may want to pick up in various categories.
The common denominator of the Mystics’ draft picks is three point shooting.
The Mystics are probably ending up with the 4th pick in the draft. But they also have a decent chance of moving up too.
After Tuesday’s results, the Mystics will either be last in the playoffs, or last place with the lottery ball count.
With the WNBA playoffs unlikely at this point, let’s review the standings for the Draft Lottery.