The WNBA announced Tuesday that the lottery for the 2024 draft will be held Dec. 10.
The lottery will be conducted at 4:30 p.m. ET and broadcast on ESPN between the latter two games of a women’s college basketball tripleheader: Utah against South Carolina and North Carolina vs. UConn.
The four teams vying for the No. 1 overall pick in the draft are the Indiana Fever, Phoenix Mercury, Los Angeles Sparks and Seattle Storm.
Indiana won last year’s lottery and drafted South Carolina star Aliyah Boston first overall.
Still, the Fever have the worst combined record in the league over the past two years (18-58) and therefore have the highest likelihood of receiving the No. 1 pick (44.2 percent).
The Mercury have a 27.6 percent chance of winning the lottery, the Sparks are at 17.8 percent and the Storm are at 10.4 percent.
The draft will be held April 15. Iowa guard Caitlin Clark and LSU forward Angel Reese are among the players expected to be available at the top of the draft.
–Field Level Media
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