11. Seattle Storm select Crystal Dangerfield
It pains me to say this, but the Seattle Storm have to start thinking about a world in which Sue Bird is not the first-string point guard. Accordingly, bringing in another UConn floor general makes sense, with Dangerfield providing the necessary shooting and intelligence to run a Dan Hughes offense, either next to Jordin Canada or as a second point guard with her in some sets. Fortunately for the basketball world, Bird is still very much with us, and there will be plenty of opportunities to incorporate Dangerfield into those lineups, while the amount of spacing provided by her limitless range, next to, for instance, Sami Whitcomb in the backcourt, will only enhance this Seattle offensive efficiency of the second unit. Dangerfield is a three-point shooter in a way Canada simply isn’t, at least not yet — Canada is below 20 percent in each of her first two seasons — so she provides an added dimension, too.