coming on. I won’t be in Secaucus today, but will be watching, Twittering and will write for ESPN.com and blog about it later. The uncertainty about a lot of things in this draft makes it rather compelling to me.
I’ve been to Secaucus for the draft a couple of times, and attended it the last three seasons when it was in the Final Four city. Especially with the economy the way it is, the WNBA found it more cost-efficient (and efficient in every way) to do it back in the NBA studios rather than in St. Louis.
It’s an exciting day for the kids, but then reality sets in pretty quickly. It’s still difficult to make a roster.