alan b asked in SportsBasketball · 1 decade ago

Is Candace Parker a senior, or Lindsay Harding, or r they going to the WNBA Draft?

If they r then the phoenix mercury will get then, and we are goin' to rule next year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Candace Parker is a RedShirt Sophomore so she still has 3 years of College Eligibility Left. Lindsay Harding is a Senior and is entering the Draft. There are no reports that Parker is entering the Draft. In fact, I've heard she's returning to the Vols.

    To the person below me...Are you really a Duke fan? Oh Man...I'm so sorry the way that game against Rutgers ended. That's got to be the worst way to end your career. I coach Girl's Basketball and I always preach to them of that dreaded situation. My example was a guy, I forget who, who had 3 free throws and missed them all and lost by one. Best of luck next year, I hope you keep your Coach but I hear it's a long shot. I really enjoy watching your program compete, you have heart, and I really wish a Championship for you soon, even though I'm a Pac-10 (Bruin) fan. Lindsay will have a brilliant pro career.

  • 1 decade ago

    Candace Parker is staying. Hands down. She said she was stayin till she completes her senior year. How do i know? The biggest lady vol fan in the universe just answered your question, thats how. Lindsey Harding isnt that great, and I'm not just saying that cause I am a Tennessee fan, but did you see that game?! She cant even hit TWO clutch freethrows to tie or win the game. A pee wee player couldve done better. I think she has reached her peak and when she gets drafted by the Mercury we will never see hide nor hair from her again.

    Candace is a different story, though. She will dominate the wnba. But you have another 2 years or more to wait

  • 1 decade ago

    Candace Parker could if she wanted to enter the Draft but she has chosen to return to Tennessee. And as for Lindsey Harding she is a senior and I've heard she is going to eneter the Draft. But rumors are rumors so you can never tell.

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    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    Phoenix needs a center who can run the court, They already have enough ball handlers with DT, Cappy, and Kelly Miller. If they do take Harding they will most likely trade her.

    And as the others said, Parker said she will finish her college career at UT. Too bad Fowls from LSU isn't a senoir. She would really fit their system.

  • 1 decade ago

    You have to graduate from college in order to enter into the WNBA draft.

    So, Candace Parker have to graduate first.

    Source(s): wnba
  • I think Lindsey Harding is going to be the 1st pick overall pick in the draft, cause I've practiced against her and the girl can ball.

  • 1 decade ago

    women are bad at basketball, nobdoy cares

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