There are things in life you can see coming from a mile away -- and other things that catch you by surprise. Sometimes it's a good surprise. Sometimes it's not. Michelle Smith takes a look at the expected and the unexpected so far this WNBA season.
This might sound funny, but land-locked Tulsa, Okla., offers Liz Cambage something she can't get in Australia. It gives her the chance to be big.
Connecticut star Maya Moore and Australian teenager Liz Cambage are widely expected to go 1-2 in the WNBA draft. After that, it's anybody's guess.
Not only do Minnesota and Tulsa have the first two picks in Monday's WNBA draft, but they have six of the first 14 overall.