17. Kayla McBride
It seems as if Kayla McBride is doomed to be underappreciated for the duration of her WNBA career. After getting selected third overall in the 2014 WNBA draft, she started immediately for Dan Hughes in San Antonio, made an all star team in year two of her career, and became a force for some overlooked teams. She made the trek to Las Vegas, where A’ja Wilson overshadowed her last year, and Liz Cambage is the talk of the town in 2019. All McBride does is create massive matchup problems, whether on a rebuilding team or a superteam. She has been a consistent three-point shooter overseas, and that translated here in 2018, with a 39.3 percent mark from beyond the arc. She’s north of 90 percent from the line in each of her past two WNBA seasons, while her assist rate keeps creeping up toward 20 and her assist percentage remains elite. She won’t be the first name people talk about in Las Vegas, but she’s as much a reason as anyone the Aces are a title contender.