WNBA Mock Draft: Big Board 6.0, with all the players

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – MARCH 08: Minyon Moore #23 of the Oregon Ducks sets up a play against the Stanford Cardinal during the championship game of the Pac-12 Conference women’s basketball tournament at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on March 8, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Ducks defeated the Cardinal 89-56. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Second Round

I want to talk about Minyon Moore, specifically her offense. The dismissal of Moore tends to accept as a given that she’s a plus-plus defender, and she is — by the way, look around WNBA rosters and tell me how many plus-plus perimeter defenders there are! This is an area of scarcity.

But offensively, Moore is NOT some lost cause. She was better than 50% from the field inside the arc this year, and even 31 percent from three, with a free throw percentage that suggests she can get even better from deep. She’s a strong distributor, and she just doesn’t turn the ball over. The idea that Minyon Moore isn’t going to help someone with solid minutes in the rotation as a second unit point guard right away doesn’t make a lot of sense to me. Moore’s game translates.

13. New York Minyon Moore 

14. Indiana Te’a Cooper

15. Dallas Tynice Martin

16. Minnesota Stella Johnson

17. Atlanta Mikayla Pivec

18. Phoenix Kaila Charles

19. Seattle Joyner Holmes

20. Los Angeles Kiah Gillespie

21. Dallas Juicy Landrum

22. Los Angeles Brittany Brewer

23. Connecticut  Becca Hittner

24. Washington Luisa Geiselsoder

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