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Thursday, 9 April 2009
Do you think any teams should trade up in the draft?
Topic: 15 Burning Questions

Question #15

MJ's Take...

San Antonio should think about moving up or at least try to acquire a top eight pick. I don’t think the offensively challenged Atunrase and athletically challenged Crossley (coming off a major knee injury) are going to cut it in terms of bench contributors. They need an athletic perimeter player who can create her own offense and a strong rebounding center.

New York should consider moving up if it wants its choice of perimeter players (assuming that’s the direction the team chooses to go in).

PS's Take...

I think Detroit will try to trade up, and I think Seattle will need to trade up if they lose Lauren Jackson.

CD's Take...

I think we can see several trades during the draft and/or after the draft.  I've heard mention of Washington, Atlanta, Minnesota, Detroit, Seattle, and possibly even San Antonio.

There's a rumor that Washington and Atlanta might swap the top picks and that Atlanta may send Kristin Haynie to the capital city.

Also, Detroit is rumored to be very active today. They look to move up. And Seattle will look to move up as well, especially considering they might lose Lauren Jackson.

Posted by wnbadraftnet at 9:10 AM CDT
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