Sabrina Ionescu returning to Oregon for her senior season changes what many thought might happen on Wednesday in the WNBA draft: The Oregon junior was expected to go No. 1.
So, we have a new top pick, but there are things to keep in mind. Might Las Vegas Aces coach/general manager Bill Laimbeer trade the top selection? Don't be surprised if he does.
Also, could a Liz Cambage trade still happen before the draft to affect the selections? It's a possibility.
And we still have draft-eligible junior Jackie Young of Notre Dame on the board, now as a lottery pick. She is playing in the national championship game on Sunday (ESPN/ESPN App, 6 p.m. ET), then she'll have 24 hours to make a decision about whether she will return to the Fighting Irish.
There's still a lot of intrigue for the 2019 draft, but one thing is for sure: Ionescu won't be in it.
1. Las Vegas: Asia Durr, Louisville, 5-foot-10 guard
2. New York: Jackie Young*, Notre Dame, 6-0 guard
3. Indiana: Teaira McCowan, Mississippi State, 6-7 center
4. Chicago: Kristine Anigwe, Cal, 6-4 forward
5. Dallas: Napheesa Collier, UConn, 6-2 forward
6. Minnesota: Arike Ogunbowale, Notre Dame, 5-8 guard
7. Los Angeles: Katie Lou Samuelson, UConn, 6-3 guard
8. Phoenix: Alanna Smith, Stanford, 6-4 forward
9. Connecticut: Jessica Shepard, Notre Dame, 6-4 forward
10. Washington: Sophie Cunningham, Missouri, 6-1 guard
11. Atlanta: Kalani Brown, Baylor, 6-7 center
12. Seattle: Megan Gustafson, Iowa, 6-3 center
13. Phoenix: Ezi Magbegor, Australia, 6-4 forward
14. New York: Brianna Turner, Notre Dame, 6-3 forward
15. Chicago: Paris Kea, North Carolina, 5-9 guard
16. Minnesota: Caliya Robinson, Georgia, 6-3 forward
17. Dallas: Han Xu, China, 6-9 center
18. Minnesota: Kiara Leslie, NC State, 6-0 guard
19. Los Angeles: Kennedy Burke, UCLA, 6-1 guard
20. Minnesota: Naomi Davenport, West Virginia, 6-0 guard/forward
21. Connecticut: Natisha Hiedeman, Marquette, 5-8 guard
22. Dallas: Anriel Howard, Mississippi State, 5-11 forward
23. Atlanta: Cierra Dillard, Buffalo, 5-9 guard
24. Seattle: Bridget Carleton, Iowa State, 6-1 guard
25. Indiana: Kianna Ibis, Arizona State, 6-1 forward
26. New York: Kenisha Bell, Minnesota, 5-9 guard
27. Chicago: Marina Mabrey, Notre Dame, 5-11 guard
28. Indiana: Allazia Blockton, Marquette, 6-0 guard
29. Dallas: Maite Cazorla, Oregon, 5-10 guard
30. Minnesota: Sam Fuehring, Louisville, 6-3 forward
31. Los Angeles: Li Yueru, China, 6-7 center
32. Phoenix: Megan Huff, Utah, 6-3 forward
33. Connecticut: Taylor Emery, Virginia Tech, 5-10 guard
34. Washington: Alexis Jennings, South Carolina, 6-3 forward
35. Atlanta: Chloe Jackson, Baylor, 5-8 guard
36. Seattle: Teniya Page, Penn State, 5-7 guard