Chiney Ogwumike was selected No. 1 by the Connecticut Sun in the WNBA draft Monday night.
The Tulsa Shock acquired two former All-Americans from Stanford on Friday, picking up guard Candice Wiggins from the Minnesota Lynx and forward Nicole Powell from the New York Liberty.
The Washington Mystics have acquired guard Natasha Lacy and forward LaToya Pringle Sanders from the Sparks in a trade that sends center Nicky Anosike to Los Angeles.
The Washington Mystics have acquired center Ashley Robinson from the Seattle Storm in a trade for first-round draft pick Victoria Dunlap.
The Sky got Swin Cash and L'Coe Willingham in a trade with the Storm.
The Phoenix Mercury are on to the Western Conference finals, thanks to the drive of forward Candice Dupree.
Katie Smith was dealt from Washington, along with second-year forward Jacinta Monroe, to Seattle on Friday for 2011 first-round draft pick Jasmine Thomas and a 2012 first-round pick.
The Atlanta Dream traded forward Camille Little to the Seattle Storm and signing free agent Kasha Terry of Georgia Tech on Monday.
Wednesday's trades were as big as the picks. And though there's a lot of unknowns, everyone came out optimistic -- just like most draft days.
Sheri Sam scored 23 points to lead the Sting past the Storm 86-72 in their fourth straight win.
The defending WNBA champion Seattle Storm re-signed reserve center Janell Burse Thursday and added free-agent Australian guard Jessica Bibby to the roster.