Tulsa Shock Hosting 2011 WNBA Draft Party


Thursday, May 26th 2011, 12:20 pm
By: News On 6


Originally Published: Apr 11, 2011 11:19 AM CDT

Oklahoma Sports Staff

TULSA, Okla.—The Tulsa Shock will make its first-ever first round pick in the WNBA draft Monday and fans can join in the draft day fun at the Shock’s watch party.

This year, Tulsa holds the second and seventh picks in the first round as well as the 21st pick in the second round and the 25th pick in the third round.

Some of the top prospects in this year’s draft include Oklahoma guard Danielle Robinson, University of Connecticut forward Maya Moore, Australia National Team member Elizabeth Cambage, Xavier forward Amber Harris andOhio State center Jantel Lavender.

The draft begins at 2 p.m. CST and the Shock is hosting a watch party at the Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino.

From 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. fans can come watch the world’s top female basketball prospects be selected in the draft and find out who the newest members of the Tulsa Shock will be.

Volt, the Shock’s mascot will be present at the casino helping with the party and giving away prizes.

The Osage Million Dollar Casino is located at 951 W 36th Street North in Tulsa.

Oklahoma Sports will keep you up to date on all the Shock’s newest draft picks as they happen.

2011 WNBA DRAFT ORDER
First Round 1) Minnesota (13-21)
2) Tulsa (6-28)
3) Chicago (14-20)
4) Minnesota from Connecticut (17-17) (Kelsey Griffin, 4/8/10)
5) Los Angeles (13-21)
6) San Antonio (14-20)
7) Tulsa from Phoenix (15-19) (Kara Braxton/Nicole Ohlde 7/23/10)
8) Atlanta (19-15)
9) Indiana (21-13)
10) New York (22-12)
11) Washington (22-12)
12) Seattle (28-6)
Second Round
13) Minnesota from Tulsa (6-28) (Amber Holt, Chante Black 4/7/10) via Connecticut (Kelsey Griffin, 4/8/10)
14) Minnesota (13-21)
15) Chicago (14-20)
16) Connecticut (17-17)
17) Chicago from Los Angeles (13-21) (Kristi Toliver, 5/13/10)
18) Atlanta from San Antonio (14-20) (Michelle Snow/Dalma Ivanyi, 3/11/10)
19) Phoenix (15-19)
20) San Antonio from Atlanta (19-15) (Michelle Snow/Dalma Ivanyi, 3/11/10)
21) Tulsa from Indiana (21-13) (Shavonte Zellous, 5/27/10)
22) New York (22-12)
23) Washington (22-12)
24) Seattle (28-6)
Third Round 25) Tulsa (6-28)
26) Minnesota (13-21)
27) Chicago (14-20)
28) Connecticut (17-17)
29) Los Angeles (13-21)
30) San Antonio (14-20)
31) Phoenix (15-19)
32) Atlanta (19-15)
33) Indiana (21-13)
34) New York (22-12)
35) Washington (22-12)
36) Seattle (28-6)