Lottery results: Connecticut Sun win top pick in 2014 WNBA Draft

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The Connecticut Sun won the 13th annual WNBA Draft Lottery and earned the top pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft. The Sun had 442 chances out of 1,000 to receive the first overall selection, the most of any of the four teams in the lottery mix. It marks the first time Connecticut has won the WNBA Draft Lottery. Entering 2010, Connecticut held the No. 2 overall pick but sent that pick and Lindsay Whalen to the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for the No. 1 overall selection and Renee Montgomery. The Sun used the pick to take University of Connecticut center Tina Charles, who went on to earn WNBA Rookie of the Year honors.

Tulsa, which along with the New York Liberty, shared the second largest chance of winning the lottery (22.7 percent each), will have the second pick in the 2014 Draft presented by State Farm, and will be followed by the San Antonio Silver Stars, which had the smallest chance (10.4 percent). The Liberty will have the fourth pick.

Results of the 2014 WNBA Draft Lottery:


Pick Team Record
1. Connecticut Sun 10-24
2. Tulsa Shock 11-23
3. San Antonio Silver Stars 12-22
4. New York Liberty 11-23

The following is the remaining order for the first round as determined by teams’ regular season records from 2013:


Pick Team Record
5. Indiana Fever 16-18
6. Washington Mystics 17-17
7. Seattle Storm 17-17
8. Atlanta Dream 17-17
9. Phoenix Mercury 19-15
10. Chicago Sky 24-10
11. Los Angeles Sparks 24-10
12. Minnesota Lynx 26-8
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