2021 WNBA Draft Tracker: Complete results, grades as Charli Collier taken with No. 1 pick by Dallas Wings

2 pick on Thursday night, and they went back to the frontcourt to take Awak Kuier, the 19-year-old big out of Finland.

McDonald was the biggest breakout star of the NCAA Women's Tournament, but no one knew exactly how high she'd go in the draft.

This is a bit of a surprise, considering the Dream have a number of small guards on the roster already, but McDonald will be a big boost to their defense and allow Chennedy Carter to play off the ball.

She'll help space the floor for the Wings' young stars, Arike Ogunbowale and Satou Sabally.

The Sparks traded their first-round pick in next year's draft to move up and get this spot from the Wings, so you figured there was someone they really wanted.

Everyone knew the Sky were going to take a point guard here to help back up Courtney Vandersloot, it was just a matter of which one.

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