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Drop everything you’re doing and watch the WNBA Draft tonight

The WNBA unvieled a new logo and will welcome in a stacked class of future stars at tonight’s draft.

Buckle up for the future, because it’s here in the WNBA.

This year’s draft class is stacked with stars from March Madness that we’ve come to know and love over the years. Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu decided to return for one more year (one in which she will be the face of college basketball) but even without her elecritcity in the class, there’s so much talent to boot that the WNBA is going to end the night even better than it already was.

Las Vegas,  who already has a superstar-in-the-making with A’ja Wilson, is the most bummed about Ionescu returning for one more year at Oregon. Asia Durr is projected to be the top pick, right from the jump we have the possibility of a trade down.

Other stars like Teaira McCowan, Kristine Anigwe, and Napheesa Collier are all projected to be Top 10 picks this year. Notre Dame’s dynamic duo of Jackie Young and Arike Ogunbowale are both entering the draft and could land in perfect spots in either New York, Minnesota, or Indiana.

2019 WNBA Draft order

First Round

1. Las Vegas Aces
2. New York Liberty
3. Indiana Fever
4. Chicago Sky
5. Dallas Wings
6. Minnesota Lynx
7. Los Angeles Sparks
8. Phoenix Mercury
9. Connecticut Sun
10. Washington Mystics
11. Atlanta Dream
12. Seattle Storm

Second Round

13. Phoenix
14. New York
15. Chicago
16. Minnesota
17. Dallas
18. Minnesota
19. Los Angeles
20. Minnesota
21. Connecticut
22. Dallas
23. Atlanta
24. Seattle

Third Round

25. Indiana
26. New York
27. Chicago
28. Indiana
29. Dallas
30. Minnesota
31. Los Angeles
32. Phoenix
33. Connecticut
34. Washington
35. Atlanta
36. Seattle

2019 WNBA Draft

Where: Nike Headquarters, New York City
When: 7 p.m. ET
Stream: WatchESPN

Basically, you have zero excuse to miss this year’s WNBA Draft and witness the future arrive in real time.

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