# Wnba draft
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Washington Mystics
Last season, the Washington Mystics missed out on a playoff berth in the very last game on a tiebreaker with the New York Liberty after both teams went 12-20. During the offseason, the Mystics forgot to re-sign Tina Charles, who was the leading scorer in the WNBA in 2021 with 23.4 points per game.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Seattle Storm
After winning the WNBA Championship in the "Wubble" in 2020, the Seattle Storm were not able to repeat as title-holders last season. Seattle is really geared towards winning the WNBA Championship this season because this season could possibly be the last season for Storm point guard Sue Bird.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Phoenix Mercury
The Phoenix Mercury has experienced one of the strangest off-seasons in WNBA history. After the Mercury lost 3-1 to the Chicago Sky in last season's WNBA Championships, Phoenix guard Diana Taurasi took out a door at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. The Sky then celebrated with the door at the championship parade.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: New York Liberty
Last season, the New York Liberty reached the WNBA Playoffs for the first time since 2017. The next step that the Liberty looks to take is to have a winning record. Although the Liberty qualified for the playoffs, New York finished with a 12-20 regular season record.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Minnesota Lynx
The Minnesota Lynx had a remarkable regular season going 22-10 in 2021, but they ran into the Chicago Sky in the second round of the WNBA Playoffs. Instead of remaining complacent in the offseason, the Lynx made a big move by signing free agent Angel McCoughtry to make their front-court one of the most formidable in the WNBA with McCoughtry, Napheesa Collier, and Sylvia Fowles.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Los Angeles Sparks
After not making the WNBA Playoffs last season, the Los Angeles Sparks have been busy this off-season. The Sparks signed free agent Liz Cambage which now gives Los Angeles one of the best front courts in the WNBA. Los Angeles also made a trade that sent Erica Wheeler to Atlanta for point guard Chennedy Carter.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Las Vegas Aces
Over the past couple of years, the Las Vegas Aces appeared to have a championship roster on paper. However, titles are not won as paper as Las Vegas is still looking for their first WNBA championship.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Indiana Fever
The Indiana Fever really need some help because they won only six games for the second consecutive year in a row. Fortunately, Indiana had seven draft picks in this year's WNBA Draft with four of the first ten picks. Here is a look at who the Fever drafted last week.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Dallas Wings
The Dallas Wings reached the WNBA Playoffs last season for the first time in three years under new head coach and former WNBA player Vickie Johnson. However, the Wings were knocked out of the First Round of the playoffs by the Chicago Sky, the eventual champions.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Connecticut Sun
The Connecticut Sun finished with the best regular season record in the WNBA last season at 26-6. However, that success did not translate over to the postseason because they were ousted by the Chicago Sky, the eventual WNBA champs.
2022 WNBA Draft Review: Atlanta Dream
The Atlanta Dream needed plenty of help after finishing 8-24 last season in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). To make matters even worse, the offseason of the Dream turned into a nightmare because they are looking to replace two of their best scorers on the team due to off-the-court issues.