Aari McDonald's stock is on the rise after she led Arizona to the NCAA title game. Here are how all three rounds project ahead of the April 15 draft.
- 11/25W 96-49
- 11/27W 98-82
- 11/28W 86-80
- 11/2912L 115-96
- 12/3W 103-50
- 12/64W 83-78
- 12/9W 79-47
- 12/13W 105-58
- 12/19W 80-70
- 12/21W 86-52
- 12/3113L 75-64
- 1/3W 91-88
- 1/7L 88-73
- 1/108L 74-73
- 1/14W 84-80
- 1/184L 104-82
- 1/2522L 75-73
- 1/283W 90-87
- 1/31W 77-67
- 2/4W 85-80
- 2/77L 69-67
- 2/11W 86-80
- 2/19W 84-74
- 2/21W 74-64
- 2/25W 74-69
- 2/28W 94-76
- 3/4L 69-60
- 3/2213L 66-62
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- L'ville tops AP poll; South Carolina up to No. 2
- Dungee-led Arkansas scores upset win vs. UConn
- No. 3 UConn adds game at No. 15 Arkansas
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