Moore taken No. 1 by Minnesota in WNBA draft

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Danielle Robinson of Oklahoma went sixth to San Antonio and Tulsa took Kayla Pedersen of Stanford with the seventh pick. Xavier star Ta’Shia Phillips went eighth to Atlanta.

Rounding out the first round, it was: Stanford’s Jeanette Pohlen to Indianapolis at No. 9; Georgia Tech’s Alex Montgomery to New York at No. 10; Kentucky’s Victoria Dunlap to Washington at No. 11; and Duke’s Jasmine Thomas to Seattle at No. 12.

Training camps open May 15 and the WNBA’s 15th season begins June 3.

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